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Former DNC chair Donna Brazile tells critics to "go to hell"

06 November 2017

But a senior Democrat with knowledge of the situation tells CNN that Brazile was referring to a separate agreement with the DNC that gave the campaign considerable control of the party.

A disgraced Schultz was forced to step down in July 2016 after an email leak revealed that DNC staffers aided Clinton's campaign over Sanders' in the primary, though Schultz later argued that the primary was "by the books" and "followed the rules".

In an interview on "Meet The Press" Sunday, the current DNC chair took issue with Brazile's claim that she considered attempting to replace Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton after she struggled to walk while leaving a 9/11 memorial event in 2016.

Donna Brazile's scathing review of Hillary Clinton's failed 2016 presidential campaign sent more shock waves this weekend through the Democratic Party, with members eager to bury the Clinton era ahead of Tuesday's key Virginia governor's race and other upcoming elections. Throwing another wrench into the narrative, new excerpts from her book show that she had considered the idea of replacing Clinton with Biden as the nominee at the last minute.

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Initially, Democrats believed that Brazile was referencing the joint fundraising agreements signed by both Clinton and Sanders campaigns in 2015. "You know what I tell them, 'Go to hell.' I'm going to tell my story", an emotional Brazile said on ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos.

In the memoir, Brazile wrote that Clinton's campaign was well-intentioned, but badly mismanaged, took minority voters for granted, and made careless mistakes with "stiff" and "stupid" messages, the Post reported.

The document provides context to a bombshell book excerpt published earlier this week by interim DNC chair Donna Brazile, which alleges that an unethical agreement was signed between Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign and the DNC to keep the party financially afloat.

"Her campaign had the right of refusal of who would be the party communications director, and it would make final decisions on all the other staff", Brazile wrote. But we do not recognize the campaign she portrays in the book. What's more, the Sanders team posits that the joint fundraising agreement they signed with the party was never acted on. "But honestly, they should be looking at the Democrats".

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"Again and again I thought about Joe Biden", Brazile writes. "I supported Hillary and I wanted her to win, but we were under pressure". The Democratic candidate, Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam, is casting the race to voters as a way to repudiate the policies of Trump against Ed Gillespie, a former Republican National Committee chairman. "That is unacceptable. To that end, the new DNC under my leadership is committed to the task of making sure that our 2020 nominating process will be unquestionably fair and transparent".

"Now it is up to Democrats to build a new process, a process that really works and works for everyone", she said.

"A real executive would say, 'This was a awful thing that went on, we are cleaning it up, '" Weaver said. We were grateful to her for doing so.

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