Former interim Chief of the Democratic National Committee Donna Brazile continued to ruffle liberal feathers on Monday, telling Clinton staffers and others upset about her upcoming exposé to “go to hell,” adding that her story will be heard by the American people.
Brazile was speaking with ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos when she was asked to comment on recent revelations that Hillary Clinton had secretly taken control of the DNC nearly a year before she officially became the party’s nominee.
“Do you think this helps, for the book to come out now?” asked Stephanopoulos.
“This is a lesson of 2016, if I released it next year they’d say, ‘Donna, you’re impacting 2018.’ If I released it the following year they’d say, ‘Donna, you’re impacting 2020.’ For those who are telling me to shut up… you know what I tell them? Go to hell,” said Brazile.
“I’m going to tell my story,” she added. “This is a story of a young girl who started in American politics at the age of nine, who continues to fight each and every week of her life.”
“I care about my country, I care about my democracy. I say, ‘Go to Hell’ because why am I the only person that is unable to tell my story,” said the former DNC boss.
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