Andrew Yang defends ‘joke’ of Asian stereotypes, talks economic policies at dinner with voters The 2020 candidate sat down with three voters for an issues-based conversation.
Sitting with Yang was ABC News correspondent Linsey Davis and Jaslin Kaur, Mara Novak, and Ramsey Smith.
Yang, a self-proclaimed non-politician, has surpassed the expectations of voters, outlasting sitting senators, former governors, and lifelong politicians.
While some, like Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren have proposed to impose a wealth tax on individuals who earn a certain amount of income, Yang proposes taxing big tech companies and other corporations.
“If you were to increase the income tax rate to seventy, seventy five percent, how much of his $100 billion do we get?” He asked.