Listen: Joe Biden says he no longer supports Hyde Amendment
"You house. We pick a president. On what criteria should we choose? What questions should we ask them not rushing ahead to who? Would we pick? There might be examples of people who can illustrate the principal, maybe even past examples, but what are some of the key criteria? One just came out last night criteria. But question one difference because there's so much agreement, of course, anybody going after the democratic nomination will they'll all agree they wanted to feed. Donald Trump, the all agree that he's part of the pretty much all agrees. Part of a coalition of corruption granny number of things. They'll all agree in general terms. Right to choose, but there was one difference that came to light last night, which is Joe Biden, saying that he would not support a repeal the Hyde amendment repeal of the rule that prohibits federal money from paying for services that include abortion services and Liz, with Warren, saying in very heartfelt words that who that would the Hyde amendment hurts or not wealthy, women who will have. Chance to pay for a safe abortion, regardless legal structure, but we'll be working women and women, and the most vulnerable would be the most vulnerable will be most impacted water. Other places that we think could help either on policy or administration or track record or the criteria of your choosing that you think we should use to pick a president so much of what is so much of what is us attention at self electability itself. The self filling prophecy of someone's famous, and they have bunch of dough the political apparatus likes them, and therefore, they're just sort of famous for being famous. I'm not accusing that of I'm not accusing any particular candidate of that. But lest we just will ward reward. How should we actually pick a"