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Democratic candidate Andrew Yang says he would be open to serving on a Democratic ticket
Democratic candidate Andrew Yang on whether he would be open to serving on the Democratic ticket in the event that he did not clinch the nomination: “Of course. I’m not someone who had some crazy, native desire to be president since I was a kid, because I’m not insane.”
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