On Friday, Hillary Clinton spoke at Harvard University’s "Radcliffe Day." During a keynote conversation, Clinton called the Electoral College "a little troubling."
And finally, I know this is another really obvious thing to say – vote in every election, not just presidential elections. You know, it is maddening because, [as] one of the panelists said, we get the government that we vote for.
Now, we have this odd system with the Electoral College, and maybe, you know, we could get President Faust to explain the roots of that because it's a little troubling – but nevertheless we've got it. I've been against it, by the way, since 2000 – not that you need to know that, but I have been because I just think it is absolutely contrary to one person, one vote.