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Debbie Wasserman Schultz

WATCH: Democrats Denounce Trump’s Economic Policies and Business Record

Donald Trump’s presidency would be a disaster for hardworking Americans. Trump’s me-first economic policies and business record make him a monumental and global risk to working families’ economic stability and our country’s economic strength.  Trump is unfit to be president and Americans deserve better than a Trump administration that could cost them their jobs, their savings and their homes. Today, DNC Chairwoman…

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Last night’s debate was the third-most-watched #DemDebate in history. Here’s what people are saying:

Serious and substantive – that’s the way yesterday’s Democratic debate in South Carolina is being described. Last night’s debate – scheduled in the highest viewership timeslot of the week – was the third most-watched Democratic primary debate of all time. With 10.2 million viewers on NBC and seen by 12.5 million people overall, last night’s debate audience was larger than…

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This Week on the Campaign Trail

Overview This week, President Barack Obama delivered his final State of the Union address, offering the American people an optimistic vision for the future of the country. But he also made it clear just how far we’ve come since the last Republican president left office, when our country was losing 800,000 jobs a month, families were losing their homes as…

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Win or Lose, It’s Donald Trump’s Republican Party

Whether he wins or loses the nomination, Donald Trump has already defined the agenda and tone for the Republican Party well beyond Tuesday night’s debate stage. Their embrace of Trump-style extreme rhetoric and blatant falsehoods on national security doesn’t match up with reality, and made it impossible for the Republican candidates to have a serious debate on keeping the country…

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Democrats hold GOP accountable ahead of Las Vegas debate

Another GOP debate tonight means more of the same tired and out-of-touch policy proposals from the Republican presidential candidates. The debate will expose the Republicans’ shortcomings not only on national security, but also economic security and personal security. Democrats aren’t letting these candidates or their awful ideas get a free pass. Look at some of the coverage coming out of…

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DNC Chair: GOP’s “mealy-mouthed” response to Trump is “outrageous”

DNC Chair: GOP’s “mealy-mouthed” response to Trump is “outrageous” Today on CNN, DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz called out the Republican Party’s “mealy-mouthed” response to Donald Trump’s plan to ban Muslims from entering from the United States. Click here for the video. Wasserman Schultz: “Our responsibility as Americans, my responsibility as the leader of one of the two major…

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DNC Chair on Tonight’s Democratic Candidates Forum

“Tonight’s First in the South Democratic Candidates Forum on MSNBC was a breath of fresh air, with serious candidates showing respect for the American people and addressing voters like adults. On the same day we found out the economy added another 268,000 private-sector jobs during the month of October and that wages grew this month at the fastest pace since…

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DNC Chair Response to Paul Ryan on Fox News Sunday

This morning on Fox News Sunday, Speaker Paul Ryan further brushed off this country’s need to meet the rest of the modern world and ensure paid family leave for hardworking Americans. In response, DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz released the following statement: “It’s great that Speaker Ryan can speak so openly about his family time, which no one, especially…

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Another Week in Review for the GOP 2016 field

Another week, another stark contrast between surging Democrats and sputtering Republicans. Yesterday, after hours and hours of questioning, the Benghazi Committee proved what we’ve known all along and what Republican Representatives Kevin McCarthy and Richard Hanna told us recently: that it was created at taxpayer expense to influence the 2016 presidential election. It’s that simple. Clearly, Republicans in Washington will do anything for their own…

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