Presidential candidate Andrew Yang said his microphone was "not on" when he wanted to speak during Thursday night's Democratic primary debate.
Speaking to a group of supporters following the debate, Yang expressed his disappointment of the little airtime he received but remained optimistic as the field will narrow down in the debates ahead.
He also called it "jarring" when he'd watch other candidates have heated exchanges, saying it was like "watching a ping pong ball" between two people.
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"There were also a few times, fyi, where I just started talking, being like, 'Hey, I want to add something there,' and my mic was, like, not on," Yang said.
"And it's this sort of thing where- It's not like if you started talking, it takes over the convo.
Yang's campaign nor NBC News did not immediately respond to Fox News for comment. »