Donald Trump Slams DNC Chair Wasserman Schultz: ‘She Should Not Be Representing Anyone’ [Video]

Donald Trump Slams DNC Chair Wasserman Schultz: ‘She Should Not Be Representing Anyone’ [Video]

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gave his honest opinion about DNC chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz during on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends,” and he did not disappoint.

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 What sparked his blunt opinion of DNC chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz was her recent flub when Chris Matthews asked her during an interview what the difference is between Democrats and Socialists — a question she couldn’t answer.

“I think she is a terrible spokesperson,” Trump said. “I watched that and I thought it was terrible. I thought her performance was terrible. I really think she is not a good spokesperson, for whoever she is representing.”

 After fumbling the question, she immediately tried to switch gears on the seasoned journalist by stating, “The difference between — the real question is what’s the difference between being a Democrat and being a Republican.

On Sunday’s “Meet the Press,” Wasserman-Schultz was asked again what the difference between the two ideologies is and once again, she couldn’t answer the question.

To call it embarrassing would be a massive understatement. Someone is her position, should be able to answer the question. 

In classical Trump form he said, “Frankly I hope she stays in that position assuming I get it [the presidency] — assuming I win,” Trumped explained.”I just hope she stays in that position because she is so bad at representing the views of the Democrats it’s absolutely incredible” (H/T Daily Surge).

To the dismay of the GOP, Trump continues to dominate the national polls as the leader, many of which show him with a 2-1 advantage over his nearest competitor.

Relevant portion begins at 7:13 in video, but the entire interview is well worth watching! 

 

HT Conservative Tribune


 

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