President Donald Trump reacted to a tweet referencing Andrew Yang over the weekend.
“Here’s the thing: I’m voting for Trump but I wouldn’t be friends with Trump. I’m not voting for Yang but I’d definitely be his friend.”
Here’s the thing: I’m voting for Trump but I wouldn’t be friends with Trump. I’m not voting for Yang but I’d definitely be his friend. https://t.co/M1EQ6htit5— Kassy Dillon (@KassyDillon) September 13, 2019
And Trump liked the idea.
“I’m OK with that!” he tweeted.
Dillon told “Fox & Friends” that she appreciates what the Trump administration has done.
“Results are more important than rhetoric. ... While I don’t like some things he tweets or says, I do want to vote for him,” she said, according to Fox News.
Andrew Yang and Trump have had a bit of an interesting relationship over the last few weeks. The hashtag #YangBeatsTrump trended on Twitter, too. A lot of the hype around this came after an Emerson College poll found Trump trails Yang by 8 percentage points in New Hampshire.
“According to recent polls, I’m one of only two candidates in the Democratic field that is drawing support from 10% or more of Trump voters. That means if I’m the nominee we win. That’s just the #math,” Yang tweeted.