– Yo, what up? Bodega Boys in the building. We up in Boston. MERO: That’s right. And guess who we’re here with? – Senator Elizabeth Warren.
– That’s right! Elizabeth Warren
in the house, yerr! MERO: You know what I mean? Now talking to you, you
seem like a very nice woman. Oh, really? But the problem is– You should ask
the billionaires. Yes! You’ve been bullying them!
– I’m telling you. – You are the Deebo.
– You terrible person! – Whoa!
– You are making them– How dare you take a million
dollars out of my $28 billion? Exactly! You made a billionaire cry. How you have a billion
and you crying? Stop!
Stop crying. Wow. You know what I’m saying? She’s not that mean. You know, when your
health care plan– Yeah? You knew it was going
to have that reaction from billionaires,
that when you told them that they have to pay more? – Yeah.
– Yeah? And you know what? I don’t care.
– That’s right. Say it right to
the camera, say it. – I don’t care.
– She don’t care. Watch me.
Yeah. Mm. Look at this face. Because here’s the thing. Health care is a
basic human right. And we’ve got to get out and
fight for basic human rights. So President Obama–
god, he did a good thing. Right. He got us moved in a
direction where he said, we’re going to get
everybody covered. That’s going to be our job. So what I try to do is
build on that, and say, he got us the hard part. Now we’ve got to
take the next step, and that is to
make sure not just that people get some
access, that everybody gets full health care coverage. There’s so many
developed nations that have free health care. Like all of them except us? – Yeah, exactly.
– Yeah. So when we do, you
know, interviews and stuff on the street, like we
did one and a Swedish guy came up to us. And it’s like, you know,
oh, I’m with my baby, and I have free health care, ha,
ha, ha, you know what I mean? – Yes.
– And so it’s like, no, man! It’s like, I got a
chicken sandwich, but I can’t go to the
hospital for free? Ugh!
– Exactly. But you know, that’s
the whole thing. It’s ultimately just about
a bunch of choices we make. So this really gets me. So people say, whoa,
you can’t do that without raising taxes on
middle class families, and you’re going to try to. And the answer is
no, actually, you just got to make some choices. If you think the top
1% ought to pay more, that actually
generates enough money to make a big dent in what
we need to do on health care. And if you’re willing to squeeze
the corporations a little bit, then by golly, you can
close the deal here. Has anyone ever
come up to and said something to you that’s
changed your perspective, or something that you
never even realized was a concern,
something to tackle? Well, you get it all the time. And you get good ideas. A woman comes up to me, and
she says, hey, I like what you say about public education. She said, but how
about if you promise that your secretary of
education will be somebody who’s taught in public school? And I said– MERO: That makes perfect sense.
– Great idea. That makes a lot of sense. And that’s– you know,
it’s that kind of thing. I hate to be a
critic of yours. Now you’ve got a lot of– You hate to, but you’re
going do it anyway? – Yes.
– OK. You’ve got a lot of policies. Yep. And you’re running
for president. Haven’t really seen
anything about Yankees starting pitching.
– No! I mean! What are we going to–
you know what I mean? All I can say is, I
can take on health care. I can take on the housing
crisis in America. I cannot take on the Yankees
pitching starting lineup. [GROANING]
Just can’t. Sticking by her morals.
ELIZABETH WARREN: Gosh. – What about the Knicks?
– You know where your lines are. – Yeah.
– Can you save the Knicks? Nope, nope, you know
where your lines, are. You can’t save them?
Damn, all right. I’m sorry. Maybe we build some muscle
and we’ll be ready– Climate change,
then the Knicks. – Then the Knicks.
– Yeah. I think we could do that. (LAUGHING) Climate
change is much easier to fix than the Knicks,
which is very sad to say. MERO: Sadly. ELIZABETH WARREN: I
think that’s right. My inner 13-year-old
is saying that. We’re running out of time! We’ve asked some
candidates– you’ve got a lot of boots on the ground,
you’re out there, you know what I mean?
– Yeah, yeah. You’re making
moves, town halls. Yep. Where is the worst food? I tell you the truth,
for me, I eat cheap. I mean, I really do. I like fast food,
the whole thing. You know what’s the worst for
me is when there’s no food. No, I’m serious about this. I got to eat like every
couple of hours, you know? Yeah, me too, or you get– You gotta keep
this tank going. Do you get hangry? Oh, man! I don’t think I do. Hangry Liz? But folks around
me seem to think I get just a wee bit cranky. Campaign people,
does she get hangry? Yeah, I see they’re all– Expose her!
DESUS: Expose her! MERO: Expose her! Wow! [LAUGHTER] Oh, throw me under the bus! Wow! Great! And those are your people. Exactly! DESUS: Wow! They’re all like, you don’t
want to be with this woman if she doesn’t eat. (YELLING) Get
her a Kind bar now! It’s true! How do you unwind
when you’re not– you know, you get that brief
period to just be yourself? Yeah, two things. I love to get out and
walk any place I can. So you’re running? Love it. Walk, run, or
whatever we get it in. Are you the fastest candidate? Oh, undoubtedly. Whoo! – Talk that talk!
– Yeah! Hold that, Biden! All right? You’re looking at the United
States Usain Bolt right here. Could we get a point like this?
– Oh! Yes! We got this. And the other thing,
I watch “Ballers.” “Ballers?” Oh! Speaking of “Ballers,”
which is based on football, do you think we should do a
democratic nominee combine, where you guys do a
40-yard dash, a vertical? And jump up on the– I would like it! Yeah? Yeah, tell me– I mean, obviously,
you’re coming in first. Who’s coming in second? Somewhere, I just
heard Bernie like, chill. [LAUGHTER] No, I don’t want– we can’t– Oh, but this could be good! The chain around your
neck when you do the– Dragging a tire! MERO: Oh yeah, you know? And CrossFit with Liz,
you know what I’m saying? [MUSIC PLAYING] (SINGING) Let’s do it. [MUSIC PLAYING]