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RNC Chair Responds to Donna Brazile Telling Her to ‘Go to Hell!’: ‘I’d Be Having a Bad Day Too If’…

By Craig Bannister | March 3, 2020 | 1:26pm EST
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RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel responded Tuesday after former DNC Chair Donna Brazile told her to “Go to hell!” during an interview on Fox News Channel’s America’s Newsroom.

“It’s ok, @donnabrazile. I’d be having a bad day too if my party was still hopelessly divided,” McDaniel tweeted.

“Talk of a brokered convention and the DNC trying to stop Bernie obviously hit a little close to home,” the GOP chairwoman added.

In her Fox News interview, Brazile was asked to respond to McDaniel suggesting that Democrats may be working to prevent Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) from becoming their party’s presidential nominee.

Brazile first told all Republicans to “Stay the hell out of our race,” then, she lashed out at McDaniel – twice telling her to “Go to hell!”:

“And, for people to use Russian talking points to sow division among Americans – that is stupid.

“So, Ronna, go to hell! No, go to hell! I’m tired of it, Ed.

“We’re not trying to prevent anyone from becoming the nominee. If you have the delegates and win, you will win.

“This notion that, somehow or other, Democrats are out there trying to put hurdles or roadblocks before one candidate, that’s stupid.”

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