BEHAR: "Unlike Trump, everything's bad, there's doomsday, he's more in the Reaganesque morning in America, things are fabulous. And he's also hedging his bets. He doesn't really go out and say he's not pro choice exactly. Although he did say, when he said that he would vote anything they put on the table, the Republicans. So he is not pro choice. And he's one of these guys who, you know, he's like Clarence Thomas, black Republican, who believes in pulling yourself by your bootstraps, rather than to me understanding the systemic racism that African-Americans face in this country and other minorities. He doesn't get it, neither does Clarence."