REPORT: Yang and Booker complain about missing ‘all-white’ Iowa debate stage

JANUARY 11, 2020

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Andrew Yang and Cory Booker are irate with the Democratic Party after the pair failed to qualify for next week’s final debate before the Feb. 3 Iowa caucuses.

The absence of Yang, 44, who made the stage last month in Los Angeles, means the cast of qualifying presidential candidates — Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders, Tom Steyer, and Elizabeth Warren — will take part in the first “all-white” debate of the 2020 primary.

The article goes on to state the following:

Yang, who met the donor threshold but had only two of the four required polls, accused the Democratic National Committee of trying to “dictate who they wish to see as the nominee and deny the will of the people.”

“The issues that will decide this election, and the future of our country, are too important to ignore for the sake of staged political bickering. The DNC tried to run this same play in 2016, and they paid for it with a loss in the general,” Yang campaign chief Nick Ryan said in a statement Saturday.


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