Howard Schultz: I Don't Believe What Democratic Party Stands For | Morning Joe | MSNBC

Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is considering an Independent 2020 presidential bid, and he tells Morning Joe why he doesn’t believe what the Democratic Party stands for, why he sees himself as a legitimate Independent choice and what he really thinks about Elizabeth Warren.
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