Joe Biden snagged another endorsement following his big Michigan win Tuesday when former competitor Andrew Yang threw him his support during a live TV segment.
In an unusual twist, Yang, a former presidential candidate himself who faced off against Biden on the debate stage, 대치동고등수학학원 announced his support while serving on a cable TV news panel.
‚The math isn’t there‘ for Sanders, said Yang.
‚I believe that Joe Biden will be the Democratic nominee.
And I’ve always said I’m going to support whoever the nominee is, and 대치동고등수학학원 so I hereby am endorsing Joe Biden to be not just the nominee for the Democratic Party but the next president of the United States,‘ Yang said while sitting on a panel on CNN, where he is a contributor.
Entrepreneur Andrew Yang threw his support to Joe Biden while sitting on a panel on CNN
Yang is an entrepreneur who ran for president himself calling for evidence-based decisions with a slogan of Make America Think Harder.
After dropping out, he took on a role as a paid CNN contributor.
He threw his endorsement to Biden after networks called Michigan for the former vice president, who also scored an overwhelming win in Mississippi.
‚Bernie was an inspiration for me, inspired my run. But the math says Joe is our prohibitive nominee, 대치동고등수학학원 said Yang, who endorsed Bernie Sanders in 2016.
‚We need to bring the party together. We need to start working on defeating Donald Trump in the fall.‘
‚I’ve had many personal conversations with Joe … I believe he’s the right man for the job to help us not just defeat Donald Trump but govern the country in the years ahead,‘ said Yang, who didn’t get many votes but had passionate followers dubbed the ‚Yang Gang.‘
Yang said Joe Biden ‚is our prohibitive nominee‘
Yang endorsed Bernie Sanders in 2016. He said he was holding off
He talked up Sanders supporters, 대치동고등수학학원 at a time when Biden may need to woo them to unite the party.
‚I have such admiration and respect for Bernie, and what he means to so many Americans. I waited for the democratic process to play out and I believe it has.
The math isn’t there. We should come together as a party starting tonight,‘ he said.
‚I believe that Joe Biden will be the Democratic nominee,‘ he said, on a panel that included Anderson Cooper and former Barack Obama strategist David Axelrod.
‚I think Bernie called out the real problems in a very powerful and necessary way.
So I wanted to let the democratic process play out,‘ Yang explained. I believe it has. At this point can you see very clearly that Biden is building a delegate lead that is going to grow in the days ahead. And so we need to come together as a party starting tonight.‘
‚I’m excited to join to help shed light on the election and the candidates‘ experiences,‘ Yang tweeted last month when he landed the gig.
Yang’s signature proposal was termed Universal Basic Income, and he said he would give every American $1,000 per month.