Andrew Yang is an American entrepreneur who will run for president in 2020, a universal basic income for all adult Americans is the main objective of his agenda.
Recently, Yang discussed the automation of jobs in swing states that led to Trump’s election.
Andrew argues that the districts that swung to Trump most have a direct correlation to districts that had the most jobs lost to technology.
“MORE OF THIS IS COMING, HE SAYS, AND WE MUST ACT NOW.”
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“It all begins with a Universal Basic Income for all American adults, no strings attached.”, he writes on his website.
Self-driving cars will replace the most popular job in the United States, truck drivers, a universal basic income seems to be the only objective solution to that.
In a report, nytimes mentions that “Among the many, many Democrats who will seek the party’s presidential nomination in 2020, most probably agree on a handful of core issues: protecting DACA, rejoining the Paris climate agreement, unraveling President Trump’s tax breaks for the wealthy.”
The Trump administration successfully carried out the US’s promise to transfer they U.S embassy and Israel’s capital in Jerusalem, something that all the presidents have been snoozing for years.
On the other hand, the Trump administration hasn’t anything planned for automation and climate change, so it seems like Andrew Yang is the only one who can carry out this mission, a universal basic income for all Americans.