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Politics'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up

15:15  10 september  2019
15:15  10 september  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

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He continued to poke at the networks when MSNBC flubbed his name in a Monday evening broadcast.

"John Yang? That's a new one," Yang wrote on Twitter, sharing a screenshot from an MSNBC broadcast with a chyron referring to him as "John Yang," as well as a video of the broadcast.

The error was also repeated in the broadcast itself.

"John Yang living his best life, crowd surfing," says MSNBC anchor Yasmin Vossoughian, before correcting herself to say, "Andrew Yang, sorry."

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Shortly after, Steve Marchand, an advisor on Yang's campaign, implored Yang's group of followers, who call themselves the "Yang Gang," to get #WhoIsJohnYang trending on Twitter. He also said he bought the URL www.JohnYang2020.com to "help the media figure it out."

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Last week, Yang also posted a series of tweets highlighting examples of what he saw as the omission of his candidacy by MSNBC and NBC.

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"Sometimes honest mistakes happen. But NBC and MSNBC seem to omit me on the regular," he wrote.

'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up
'John Yang?' Andrew Yang jokes about NBC and MSNBC name mix-up

NBC and MSNBC national correspondent Steve Kornacki later apologized to Yang, posting on Twitter that "There's no excuse for it and it's my responsibility to check any graphic that I go on-air with, so I apologize for this screw-up. It's been corrected in the clip you are linking to here. I owe viewers, candidates and their supporters information that is 100% reliable."

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NBC Senior Producer Michael Hopper also apologized, writing, "Got it right in one piece, wrong in another. Apologies, @AndrewYang. We will correct."

Yang accepted both apologies and noted, "these things happen."

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