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Andrew Yang says he believes most Americans stand with Hong Kong protesters, applauds NBA response
When asked repeatedly if he stands in solidarity with protesters in Hong Kong, Yang finally answered, “Yeah sure...I think most Americans stand in solidarity with the people of Hong Kong.” He added that he applauds the NBA for not bending to pressures from China to discipline Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey's tweet of support for protesters in Hong Kong. He also says LeBron James’ comments were “probably something that he could have worded a little bit differently.”
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