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NYC mayoral candidate Andrew Yang doubles down on comments blaming mentally ill people for New York City's problems

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement In the final hours of the New York City mayoral campaign, candidate Andrew Yang doubled down on his comments on the mentally ill and homeless.
Phoning into a radio show with billionaire John Catsimatidis on Monday, Yang complained that mentally ill people affect the city's tourism.
Yang was responding to Catsimatidis's statement that too many mentally ill people live on the streets instead of in hospitals. He agreed with Catsimatidis that money is better spent on building facilities to treat people.
"We need to get them the care that they need, but that will also...
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