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Published 1:29 PM EDT May 15, 2019

In the Democratic bid for the 2020 presidential nomination, we've heard a great deal from front-runners like Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders. But what about lesser-known candidates such as Andrew Yang? 

In the entrepreneur's bid to stand out, he's doing something candidates aren't known for. He's giving money away: $1,000 a month (from his own stash), to a couple that's fallen on hard times, in order to demonstrate the efficacy of universal basic income. But there's another basic that isn't quite as solid for Yang — a vote. Comic Jim Jefferies explains in today's Best of Late Night, above. 

And Seth Meyers talks about regrets from Beto O'Rourke and Sanders and a faulty plan from Biden. 

Jim Jefferies makes a pitch for Yang's universal basic income

After you watch our favorite jokes from last night's late-night lineup, vote for yours in the poll below. 

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