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Tucker Carlson found rare common ground with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on the issue of the loss of jobs through automation, but the Democratic 2020 presidential candidate seemed disinclined to elaborate on the Fox News host’s follow-up question about the impact of immigration on working class Americans.
The New York City mayor’s Thursday night appearance on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” saw Carlson offer de Blasio, along with fellow presidential candidate Andrew Yang, “sincere” praise for taking the issue of automation seriously.
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Though Tucker acknowledged that they likely disagree on “a lot of details,” both men agreed about a potential governmental role in mitigating and not incentivizing the kind of automation that leads to massive job losses for middle and lower class Americans.
“I think we need a future that’s based on work, so if a company is going to put thousands of people out of work, they show a responsibly for making sure those folks get a new job at the same company or elsewhere or that tax is both an incentive to keep people on the job in a good way and a productive way and also provides money to help foster from the federal level the kinds of things we need a lot more of,” said de Blasio.
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