Election 2012

Villaraigosa Defends Decision on Controversial God, Jerusalem DNC Vote

Did two-thirds actually approve platform change?

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MSNBC host Joe Scarborough confronted convention chairman Antonio Villaraigosa on Thursday over the controversial voice vote that saw "God" and "Jerusalem" put back into the Democratic Party platform.

"The dude needs a hearing aid. That was not two-thirds of the people. They set you up, man. They set you up," Scarborough said half-jokingly to Villaraigosa on "Morning Joe."