Brazile blasts ‘incompetence’ in response to email hack at Wasserman Schultz-led DNC

by Joseph Weber
November 8, 2017

Donna Brazile’s newly released 2016 campaign tell-all accuses the FBI and the Democratic National Committee she used to lead of a bungled response to the email hacks that threw the party into turmoil last summer.

In “Hacks,” Brazile writes that she only learned of the breach in early June 2016 when then-DNC Chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz informed her and other party officials that The Washington Post was set to publish a story on the matter.

Brazile describes Wasserman Schultz’ tone as “so casual.”

“On June 14, Debbie invited the Democratic Party officers to a conference call to alert us that a story about hacking the DNC that would be published in the Washington Post the following day,” Brazile writes. “That call was the first time we’d heard that there was a problem.”

1 Comment - what are your thoughts?

  • Humble Servant says:

    Donna, I am glad you told the story and you will probably get well compensated from the book sales and I am glad your blinders are off. You need to push this now to the end. The DNC party of this government cannot be left to its vises to destroy America. I do not care what the institution, if it does not function honorably for all Americans it needs to be shut down and the perpetrators need to be judged and sentenced.
    Your job is not done yet so stand up and be heard….

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