Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang sprayed whipped cream into the mouths of two kneeling supporters to celebrate the opening of a new campaign field office in Manchester, New Hampshire, on Tuesday, December 3.
“That’s a full-service presidential candidate,” Yang joked after spraying cream inside the first supporter’s mouth. After spraying cream into a second man’s mouth, Yang shouted, “New Hampshire traditions!”
Yang’s campaign manager, Zach Graumann, stood behind Yang shaking his head and, as the candidate sprayed cream in the second supporter’s mouth, began patting Yang’s arm and nudging him away from the crowd.
According to local media, Yang, whose campaign has eight offices in New Hampshire, highlighted the importance of the state in presidential elections.
Yang also thanked Democratic Sen Kamala Harris of California, who dropped out of the race on Tuesday, for offering advice to his family on how to adjust to the pace of his political campaign. “She didn’t have to do that. It was very generous of her, and I appreciated it a great deal,” he said. Credit: ABC News via Storyful