Donna Brazile on Clinton campaign arrogance

Donna Brazile blasted as 'sell out' as book sales soar

Donna Brazile blasted as 'sell out' as book sales soar

Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo on Wednesday tried to grill Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez about Donna Brazile's accusations that the DNC was unfavorably weighted toward Hillary Clinton during the 2016 Democratic primary - but he couldn't help talking about the party's smashing electoral victories in Virginia and New Jersey.

Donna Brazile's new book, "Hacks: The Inside Story of the Break-ins and Breakdowns That Put Donald Trump in the White House", has sold out at Amazon.

During her press tour for the book, Brazile told ABC News on Sunday that any critics could "go to hell."

Clinton's former Campaign Manager Robby Mook has countered that Sen.

Brazile claimed she promised Sanders, Clinton's main foe in the Democratic primaries, she would find out of the party had "rigged" the system to ensure Clinton would be the nominee for the general election last fall.

Considered replacing Clinton-Kaine with Biden-Booker.

Brazile said she learned the "hard way" that you can not read an excerpt without the context.

In turn, the Clinton campaign would then get to make staffing decisions at the DNC and had input on finances. "It is particularly troubling and puzzling that she would seemingly buy into false Russian-fueled propaganda, spread by both the Russians and our opponent, about our candidates health", the letter states. It actually happened and was caught on video. She's seen being held up and pulled into the auto by secret service agents.

"By September 7, the day I called Bernie, I had found my proof and it broke my heart", she concluded just a few paragraphs later.

As DNC chair, Brazile was right to prepare a contingency plan, which DNC rules allow for. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) after Brazile claimed that the Clinton campaign had undue influence over the DNC before the 2016 Democratic primary even started.

Clinton and Meyers talked about women running for elected office. They also had a taste of champagne for the women and Democrats who won in Tuesday's election.

Lux and co-founder Adam Parkhomenko, who built Ready for Hillary, later served as director of grassroots engagement on Clinton's presidential campaign and is now a paid adviser to Clinton, have been frustrated by the lack of coordination and continuity in Democratic campaigns.

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