Andrew Yang Explains His Healthcare Plan | All In | MSNBC

Andrew Yang Explains His Healthcare Plan | All In | MSNBC 1

 

2020 Democratic Candidate for President Andrew Yang discusses his healthcare plan with Chris Hayes. Aired on 12/27/19.
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Andrew Yang Explains His Healthcare Plan | All In | MSNBC

69 Comments on "Andrew Yang Explains His Healthcare Plan | All In | MSNBC"

  1. Just shows who the bigger person is

  2. It’s really quite simple.. If the Dems don’t pick Yang, then Trump wins

    • @Nicholas Allen You might be right. If people would slow down and think they’d understand how socialistic the U.S. is now, e.g., enormous subsidies for oil giants, farmers, pharma, S.S., Medicare, Medicaid, govt. funded U.I. extensions, etc., etc. Propaganda is a killer, but it’s a staple in Trump World.

    • Fact

    • He lied about Medicare For All. Bernie 2020

  3. Are you trying to make up for the lack of fair coverage with multiple mini clips?

  4. MSNBC is a joke! Props up to Andrew for forgiving them! It’s to late.

  5. Yang is the candidate that can improve this country.

  6. I can’t believe I liked an MSNBC video, but my guy Yang is on.

  7. Andrew Yang is a great guest on the show. I hope MSNBC and other news outlets can feature him more often.

  8. Media machine sucks, something right and left can agree on.

  9. I watched the entire 7.5 minutes interview, Chris sounded very nervous and very uncomfortable, it looked like his boss forced him to do this dreadful interview, what a spineless POS.

  10. First of all. Was there even a apology

  11. Vote for Andrew Yang
    MSNBC is still awful

  12. He is my favorite candidate for 2020

  13. Canadians also hate what you did to Yang, MSNBC!!!

  14. I liked this video for Andrew Yang, not MSNBC.

  15. Only for Andrew Yang would I watch this channel again.

  16. I know you are going to show more than this so I’ll be waiting patiently. You have one job so dont f@*k it up!

  17. I agree that Hayes seems off, and nervous. I’m still on the #boycottmsnbc #Yanggang2020.

    • independentCog | December 28, 2019 at 8:47 PM | Reply

      @PR Fitness No. The people saying that Bernies VERSION of m4a is the only valid one are lying. He didn’t even coin the term… it comes from a news article in the 70’s. Lot’s of different versions around the world and Yang’s is similar to what is done in Taiwan or Australia. The lies aren’t working anymore.

    • @independentCog Medicare For All is called that because it’s expanding Medicare. It’s the NAME of Bernie’s bill. Also, a recent article from the Huffington post shows Yang has the most conservative healthcare plan in the race. He isn’t expanding Medicare.

    • independentCog | December 28, 2019 at 9:22 PM | Reply

      @PR Fitness Yes and he named it after a term that predates it. AGAIN the term medicare for all comes from the 70’s. It doesn’t originate with Bernie. And Yang’s plan is to expand medicare to all ages instead of the elderly. Hence the medicare for all term being used. No lie there. Feel free to verify what I’m telling you if you don’t believe me. I’m not falling for this dumb term war though.

    • independentCog | December 28, 2019 at 9:26 PM | Reply

      @PR Fitness https://www.nytimes.com/1970/04/15/archives/medicare-for-all-is-asked-by-javits.html?searchResultPosition=1

      Because the truth of the thing matter here’s the article from the New York Times archives. You have no right to say that only Bernie can use this term for his variation.. that is utter nonsense.

    • @independentCog dude I just told you it’s called Medicare for All because it’s an expansion of medicare. Yang’s plan is not an expansion of medicare. Single-payer would be a better name.

  18. Shannon Timmons | December 28, 2019 at 12:46 AM | Reply

    Yang2020!!!! My like for this video is for Yang not MSNBC.

  19. A genuine and brilliant person who just wants to solve problems and make his country a better place to live. 🇺🇸💕 Yang has made me believe that politics can be uplifting rather than toxic. Yang is a breath of fresh air in a field of candidates and an incumbent that would otherwise make normal Americans disappointed, skeptical, cynical, depressed, or angry.

  20. Yang’s calm and relaxed temperament despite the obvious hostile tone of the interviewer shows the quality of a true leader.

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