U.S. Sen. Tim Scott reiterated Thursday that he has no plans to join the Congressional Black Caucus even after New Jersey elected the Senate's second African American, Democrat Cory Booker.
“I will not, because I think we’re better together,” the North Charleston Republican said on NewsOne Now with Roland Martin. “There are a lot of things we can work together for, and we should work together on.”
Scott said found he much in common with Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Mo Cowan, who served five months this year. Scott said he spoke at Cowan's class at Harvard University this month.
Scott on why he won't join the Congressional Black Caucus