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Mueller Speaks & The Underdog (with Andrew Yang)

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On today’s special episode of Stay Tuned, Anne Milgram, the former NJ Attorney General and co-host of the CAFE Insider podcast, joins Preet to break down Robert Mueller’s first public statement since his appointment as Special Counsel. Then, presidential candidate, Andrew Yang, joins Preet for a wide-ranging conversation that covers his upbringing as the only Asian kid in school and Universal Basic Income, his signature proposal for addressing the economic consequences of automation. Sign up at CAFE.com/preet to receive the show notes in your inbox. REFERENCES & SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALSTHE Q&A“Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III Makes Statement on Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election,” Department of Justice, 5/29/19Ari Melber tweeted a handout reporters got after Mueller’s statement that compares Bill Barr’s statements to those of Mueller.Bill Barr’s April 2019 Press Conference on the Mueller ReportThe 1973 and 2000 Office of Legal Counsel memos on indicting a sitting PresidentTHE INTERVIEWAndrew Yang:“Is Andrew Yang for Real?,” Politico, 5/20/19“Yang Gang,” KnowYourMeme“Our Policies,” Yang2020The War on Normal People, Hachette BooksMayor Pete Buttigieg:Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s interview on Stay TunedAutomation, Universal Basic Income & VAT: “US states that voted for Trump most vulnerable to job automation,’ Financial Times, 1/24/19 “Modeling the Macroeconomic Effects of a Universal Basic Income,” Roosevelt Institute, August 2017“Permanent Fund Dividend Division,” Alaska Department of Revenue“What is a VAT?” Tax Policy Center, 2016Measuring Unemployment:“GDP and Economic Policy,” Council on Foreign Relations, 8/7/13“Economy at a Glance,” Bureau of Labor Statistics, 5/23/19“Alternative Measures of Labor Underutilization for States, Second Quarter of 2018 through First Quarter of 2019 Averages,” Bureau of Labor Statistics, 4/26/19“Here’s what the ‘real’ unemployment rate is,” CNBC, 3/8/19“19 times Trump called jobs numbers ‘fake’ before they made him look good,” Washington Post, 3/10/17American Finances:“A $500 surprise expense would put most Americans into debt,” CBS News, 1/12/17“The government shutdown spotlights a bigger issue: 78% of US workers live paycheck to paycheck,” CNBC, 1/9/19College Debt:“Morehouse College Graduates’ Student Loans to Be Paid Off by Billionaire,” New York Times, 5/19/19Future of Retail:“Dressbarn, CVS, Pier 1 and Topshop shuttering stores, pushing planned closures to 7,150,” CNBC, 5/28/19“Amazon paid no federal taxes on $11.2 billion in profits last year,” Washington Post, 2/16/19U.S. Population Estimates: “Population Estimates: Lawful Permanent Resident Population in the United States, January 2015,” Department of Homeland Security, May 2019“Population Estimates: Illegal Alien Population Residing in the United States, January 2015,” Department of Homeland Security, December 2018Scientists in Congress:“Congress just got a bumper-crop of scientists. Meet the 11 new science whizzes on Capitol Hill,” Business Insider, 1/7/19“In Memoriam: The Office of Technology Assessment, 1972-95,” Office of Technology Assessment Archive“When Congress wiped an agency off the map,” Washington Post, 11/29/11Social Media:“Interview with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg: Transcript,” ABC News, 4/4/19“The Trauma Floor,” The Verge, 2/25/19“Jaron Lanier Helped Create Social Media, And Now He’s Begging You To Leave It Behind,” HuffPost, 12/12/18Tweet your questions to @PreetBharara with the hashtag #askpreet, email us at staytuned@cafe.com, or call 669-247-7338 and leave a voicemail.

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