Donna Brazile: Democrats Are Not Overreaching With Russia-Trump Questions (Video)

Donna Brazile: Democrats Are Not Overreaching With Russia-Trump Questions (Video)

Former disgraced DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile, who admitted that she sent failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton campaign debate questions, said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” that she did not think the Democrats were “overreaching” with their questions about the Trump campaign’s role in Russian involvement in the 2016 presidential election.

Brazile said, “First of all, I don’t think the Democrats are overreaching. I mean this is about the integrity of our democracy — democratic process. It’s about what happened in 2016. To suggest, as Donald Trump constantly put out, that somewhere or a no, this is sour grapes, this is not sour grapes. This is about the country being attacked by a hostile foreign government and Donald Trump basically only caring about himself.”

If Brazile wants to talk about our democracy and 2016, lets revisit her leaking then presidential candidate Hillary Clinton the questions for the CNN presidential debate and lying about it for months.

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It was not until Wikileaks revealed in an email showing that she passed along the questions that she finally admitted to doing it, and even then, she refused to take responsibility saying the Russians illegally stole them.

Donna Brazile has no credibility whatsoever.

(H/T RCP Video) (HX Video)


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