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DES MOINES, Iowa— Presidential hopeful Andrew Yang took a jab at Hillary Clinton for failing to adequately counter President Trump’s famous 2016 campaign slogan.

“Donald Trump won in 2016 by pointing out the problems. What did Hillary Clinton say in response?” Yang asked the crowd in his speech at the Polk County Steak Fry on Saturday. “He said, ‘Make America great again.’ What did Hillary say? ‘America’s already great.’ And we lost. We need a new message.”

The article goes on to state the following:

A political outsider, Yang centers his campaign on his plan to give a ” freedom dividend” of $1,000 per month to every American in order to combat economic displacement caused by automation.

According to Yang Trump was able to define America’s problems, but the solutions he has are “the opposite of what we need.”

“We have to turn the clock forward,” Yang said. “We have to accelerate our economy and society as quickly as possible. We have to evolve in the way we think about work and value.”

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  1. When he mentions a “freedom dividend” of $1,000 per month does he mean it’s for EVERY American, including infants, children and everyone who doesn’t work? Because to many that would sound like an open call to start popping out even more babies for the taxpayers to support. Nothing about such a plan makes any sense at all.

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