Friday, February 14, 2020
He raised tens of millions, qualified for all but one Democratic debate, and laid claim to a devoted fan following: the so-called Yang Gang.
But entrepreneur Andrew Yang, the self-declared "Asian math guy", has suspended his presidential bid after a lacklustre finish in the New Hampshire primary.
While his White House dreams have dimmed, the politically novice Mr Yang managed to out-perform many of the seasoned politicians in the field.
Announcing his departure from the 2020 race Tuesday night, he told supporters: "While we did not win this election, we are just getting started. This is the beginning. This movement is the future of American politics."
But where exactly does that leave the Yang Gang, and where will they go next?
Wherever it is, I hope it pays well.