Chinese Yang Anze May Be the Secretary of Commerce of the Biden Administration
[Global Network Report] According to CNN’s local time on the 21st, CNN mentioned in a list that Andrew Yang, who had previously participated in the 2020 presidential election, may serve as Secretary of the United States Department of Commerce.
CNN also said the list will be updated based on conversations with Biden allies, advisers and Democrats who know the matter.
In a report titled “People Who Could Take Senior Positions in Biden’s Administration,” CNN said “President-elect” Biden will announce who will hold senior positions in his administration in the coming days and weeks.
In this report, CNN mentioned that Yang Anze may take the post of Minister of Commerce.
CNN introduced Yang Anze in this article. According to CNN, Andrew Yang is an entrepreneur and was one of the Democratic presidential candidates for the 2020 U.S. election.
He never became known to grow up as a high-profile candidate, and his supporters are sometimes called “Yang Gang”.
His presidential campaign philosophy revolves around universal basic income, providing each American citizen with $1,000 a month, or $12,000 a year.
His campaign slogan is “MATH”, which means “Make America Think Harder”.
After withdrawing from the presidential election, Yang Anze joined CNN in February this year as a political commentator.
According to previous reports, Yang Anze was born in 1975 in New York State to parents from Taiwan – China.
In March 2018, he announced his participation in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, becoming the second Chinese in American history to announce his candidacy for president.
He himself and many of the campaign have had no political experience before, but he once received high attention and had a group of supporters who called themselves Yang Gang.
On February 11 this year, Yang Anze announced his withdrawal from the presidential election in an evening speech.
After withdrawing from the U.S. presidential election, Andrew Yang wrote a strange article in the Washington Post that he found that passers-by looking at themselves with strange and reproachful eyes under the coronavirus epidemic, he felt “some ashamed” of being Asian.
He further called on Asian-Americans to learn from Japanese-Americans in World War II, actively show their loyalty to the United States, and prove that they are an American who loves the United States and is willing to contribute to the United States, so that they will no longer be regarded as a “virus”.