Rep. Nancy Pelosi discusses the contentious voice vote to amend the Democratic platform and include language relating to God and Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. "It's been corrected, we move on from there. Platforms are usually even much more controversial than that," Pelosi tells Anderson Cooper.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, the DNC Chairman, called for a vote three times before announcing the platform had been amended by a two-thirds majority.
Pelosi also answers questions about her claims that Republicans want to end the Medicare guarantee. She defended her position, telling Gloria Borger, "A voucher is not a guarantee...the fact is that Medicare is a guarantee."
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