Reid: Videos don't prove Planned Parenthood broke the law
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Senate Minority Leader Harry ReidHarry Mason ReidThe Memo: Biden seeks a secret weapon — GOP voters Tensions flare over Senate filibuster McConnell offers scathing 'scorched earth' filibuster warning MORE suggested Tuesday that while two recent videos raise questions about Planned Parenthood, he doesn't believe the organization broke the law. 
"These politically motivated videos raises questions, but nothing I've seen indicates that Planned Parenthood violated federal law," the Nevada Democrat told reporters. 
His remarks come after a second video was released Tuesday that shows another Planned Parenthood executive discussing the costs of saving and using fetal tissue. 
That followed an initial video released last week that started a political firestorm. In that video, a high-ranking medical officer candidly described the preservation of fetal  tissue. 
Reid added that the videos "should not take away from the important work Planned Parenthood does." 
Asked earlier Tuesday if Democrats still supported Planned Parenthood, Sen. Dick DurbinDick DurbinLawmakers say fixing border crisis is Biden's job Number of migrants detained at southern border reaches 15-year high: reports Grassley, Cornyn push for Senate border hearing MORE (D-Ill.) said, "I believe we're strong supporters of a woman's right to choose, so that is what's going to guide us regardless of what one video says."
The Illinois Democrat rejected the notion that he was trying to distance himself from the organization, adding, "I support Planned Parenthood, but I don't know the details."
The group is currently under fire by Republicans, who are renewing their push to defund the organization.