Andrew YangAndrew YangBooker leads other 2020 Dems in petition urging DNC to change debate qualifications Yang unveils plan to address care for children and adults with disabilities Democrats threaten to skip next debate over labor dispute MORE is making a small yet bold fashion statement at the second of the first two Democratic presidential debates: He's sans a necktie.

The tech entrepreneur took the debate stage in Miami on Thursday in a tie-less suit. Male White House hopefuls traditionally sport ties at debates. Yang, 44, was the first to ditch the neckwear in the 2020 primary debates.

Many social media users jumped on the sartorial choice:

The tie, or lack thereof, quickly took on a life of its own: