Pelosi on Wasserman Schultz: It Doesn’t Matter to Most People Who the Chair Is

‘What’s important and consequential is Hillary Clinton will be not only the first woman, but one of the best qualified people to be enter that oval office’

PELOSI: "I don’t think — with all due respect to the Democratic National Committee I don’t think that it matters to most people who the chair of the committee is. What matters is what the vision is of our candidate for president and how that affects them and their lives. The ballot, legislation, your life. Martin Luther King framed it that way. So it — that is incidental. What’s important and consequential is Hillary Clinton will be not only the first woman, but one of the best qualified people to be enter that Oval Office.”

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