Former Trump student loan official wants to forgive debt — and be Georgia's next senator

Dr. A. Wayne Johnson, former chief operating officer at the Office of Federal Student Aid, made headlines this month by calling the student loan system "fundamentally broken" and advocating for the forgiveness of a substantial swath of federal student loans. Now he's hoping to be appointed to the Senate seat soon to be vacated by retiring Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga. Yahoo News National Correspondent Alexander Nazaryan asks Johnson, a Republican, how his student loan forgiveness program differs from similar plans from Democrats and why he is the right pick for the Senate.