Transcript for Alyssa Milano weighs in on Democratic debate
this, with this dress on. Okay. There we go. Short girl issues. Very high. I'm very high. Hi, everyone. Thanks for having me. So we were talking about last night on -- Yes. Television, and you saw the debates, did you? I did. I actually thought it was the best debate so far, and I thought that they got some really substantial issues out everyone, you know, made their case. I was happy to hear people talk about infrastructure because it's a huge, huge -- not a sexy issue, but a huge issue for our country. And a bipartisan one. Yes, and it polls really well, but we have pipes underground that are over a hundred years old. Including here in New York City. When you think about that -- yeah. Drink more water. So it's -- I was happy to hear that. I was happy to hear people talk about income inequality, which I think is a really -- maybe the most important issue that we're facing right now. So I was happy with it. I thought it was great. Look. Our bench is really stacked. They're all kind of rock stars and it's nice to be able to support that, and be proud of your candidates in your party. One of my dear, close friends is, like, #king of the yang gang. He wanted me to ask you. Do you like yang? I love him. Tell me why. Math. I think he has first of all, changed the narrative. We were talking about things in the debate last night that are specifically because Andrew yang has brought that up, and I like the fact that he says talking about his freedom dividend, that he says, look. All of these tech companies are actually mining our data for free. We're giving up every single search, every phone call we make -- This is true. Every purchase, we're giving up our data, and we're getting nothing in return. The freedom dividend, if we're looking at it like that, if we're getting paid for our data, that's smart. It lifts people out of poverty, and if you are giving people $1,000 a month, that's $12,000 that's $24,000 a year which I think is great, and it's changing the conversation. I'm not official liang gang. Adjacent. Does he have a shot at becoming the candidate and becoming the president? I'm not thinking of any of them like that right now. Okay. And I think we get in a really dangerous place when we set our minds so early on candidates. I'm collecting information and trying to be an educated voter. Right. And I feel like the longer we wait between when we make our decision to the day we vote, that's when things get really, like, passionate and too ugly because then we start the infighting and the splintering off, and that's why, like, I haven't endorsed anybody because what does it do for any of us? I think everyone needs to go in there and make up their minds. Educate themselves, and then vote from their heart. We don't have to know. I don't have to know.
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