On Sunday, former Governor and current MSNBC contributor Howard Dean spoke with Steve Kornacki on the recent congressional spending bill.
Specifically, Dean commented on how Hillary Clinton has avoided taking sides on the controversial provision, which is said to favor of Wall Street.
It is no surprise considering Clinton’s ties to Wall Street.
"This provision, this is part of the Hillary Clinton strategy," Kornacki said. "She's not taking many positions on many things. She does a lot of provisions for the banks."
"One of the nice things about Hillary's situation right now, is she's not a candidate so she doesn't have to cater to the press and give a position on every issue which I would advise her to," Dean said.