Andrew Yang Lends Opponent Marianne Williamson A Helping Hand With Fundraising Retweet

Andrew Yang stands at a campaign rally on September 30, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.

Former tech entrepreneur and 2020 presidential hopeful Andrew Yang made an unprecedented gesture of kindness to rival Democratic candidate Marianne Williamson by retweeting her plea to supporters to help her meet a fundraising goal to qualify for the next debate stage.

According to The Hill, Williamson on Wednesday made it clear to her supporters that her campaign is in need of funds in order to meet qualifications set forth by the Democratic National Committee to appear on future debate stages.

“We’re a cool one million dollars away from my voice being heard in the final stretch of the campaign. Imagine TV ads about Dept. of Peace, Dept. of Children and Youth, Reparations, Whole Health Care Plan and more…Let’s DO this!” Williamson tweeted while adding a link to her campaign’s donation page.

Roughly six minutes after her post, Yang — a fellow 2020 outsider candidate — decided Williamson spread the word of her need for funds by retweeting her post and complimenting her in the process.

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