Senator Mark Warner, D-Va., on Sunday said he regrets Harry Reid’s filibuster change in 2013 but signaled that he would back a “small carve-out” on the filibuster for voting rights legislation.
“I would wish we wouldn’t even have started this a decade ago,” Warner told “Fox News Sunday” host Martha McCallum.
“When the Democratic leaders actually changed the rules, I don’t think we would have the Supreme Court we did if we still had a 60-vote margin on the filibuster, but we are where we are. And the idea that somehow to protect the rights of the minority in the Senate, we’re going to cut out rights of minorities and young people all across the country – that’s just not right to me.
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