Ronna McDaniel Says Donna Brazile Was ‘out of Line’ Telling Her to ‘Go to Hell’

Republican National Committee (RNC) chairwoman Ronna McDaniel is responding to Democratic National Committee (DNC) chairwoman Donna Brazile’s rant telling her to “go to hell.”

As previously reported on IJR, Brazile fired back at McDaniel in response to her statement about the Democratic primary being “rigged.”

However, McDaniel isn’t backing down from her stance. She also insisted that Brazile was “out of line.”

McDaniel explained on Fox News:

“It’s never fun to have your teenagers come home from school and say, ‘Hey mom you’re trending on social media because some woman said you should go to heck,’ but that being said, politics is a contact sport, and I think she was out of line with her response. Of course, we all recognize that the Democrats did put their thumb on the scale for Hillary Clinton in 2016 because of Donna, because of the book that she wrote, she exposed that.”

Brazile went on to explain her stance on the Democrats’ alleged efforts to “go after” Sanders.

“You’ve seen the Democrats change their debate process to put Bloomberg on the stage, and you’ve seen the concerted effort by the establishment Democrats to go after Bernie Sanders,” McDaniel said.

She continued, “And you know who’s saying at the most? Bernie Sanders. So I felt very in my lane saying this is happening, I don’t think it’s something we can’t discuss and I think her response was a little out of line and disproportionate to my comments earlier today.”

Check out McDaniel’s interview below:

The latest news follows a string of reports about the ladies’ heated exchange. Shortly after Brazile’s interview aired, McDaniel took to Twitter with her initial response.

She tweeted, “It’s ok, [Donna Brazile] I’d be having a bad day too if my party was still hopelessly divided. Talk of a brokered convention and the DNC trying to stop Bernie obviously hit a little close to home.”

Brazile has yet to respond to McDaniel’s most recent interview.

Responses

  1. I am going to agree with S.E. Cupp’s tweet on DNC attempting to stop Bernie. Biden won contests in which he had limited organization and resources for ads. WHAT EXACTLY is Ronna McDaniels referring to when she claims “the DNC trying to stop Bernie…” The DNC changed the rules to appease Bernie. But Bernie decided he wanted to go by the 2016 rules, the rules he opposed in 2016. This was Bernie’s routine in 2016, agree to the rules then insist they be changed to accommodate HIM.
    I am still having difficulty understanding Sanders and Warren’s opposition to using one’s OWN money to fund their campaign. What exactly is the difference in an ad paid for with OTHER PEOPLE’S MONEY than an ad paid for with one’s OWN?

    1. It’s interesting that the majority of the States quid pro quo Joe won on Tuesday were States he never visited (lack of money). Odd that people would vote for a demented 78 year old they only knew by name and not by the corruption he’s been involved in for years; OR his loss of cognitive functioning. Let’s see how he fares during the Senate and Ukrainian (Burmisa) investigation into his quid pro quo (He should have been impeached as VP).

      IF the Creep should accidentally be elected which is next to being an improbability, the 25th Amendment should immediately be used for his removal BEFORE he is sworn in.

    2. “The DNC changed the rules to appease Bernie. But Bernie decided he wanted to go by the 2016 rules, the rules he opposed in 2016. This was Bernie’s routine in 2016, agree to the rules then insist they be changed to accommodate HIM.” Phyllis

      I don’t know what you are thinking, but… maybe these will help you.

      “https://youtu.be/xyiBcHaeCxo”
      “https://youtu.be/BqEm4DOGrKo”

  2. I agree. Do better or get off TV.

    Fox will keep her on board though – it will just help Democrats look bad if she is the progressive viewpoint that conservatives are exposed to.

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