Debbie Wasserman Schultz Dodges Questions on Her Poor Management of the DNC

Schultz refused to confirm or deny the allegations against her coming from within her own party

DWS Avoids Questions On Criticism Of Management (Washington Free Beacon)

DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D., Fla.) dodged repeated questioning about criticism of her management from within her own party.

Wasserman Schultz avoided probes about internal Democratic criticism from MSNBC’s Peter Alexander, instead choosing to focus on “the next 28 days” leading up to the November 4 elections.

“The only focus that we should have right now is the next 28 days, bringing our candidates across the finish line to victory,” Wasserman Schultz said.

“So to put that to bed, you deny all those allegations?” Alexander asked.

“My focus is on the next 28 days,” Wasserman Schultz repeated.

“Say you deny them and then it’s done, we’ll be done asking about this,” Alexander said.

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