“I was scared,” Brazile added. “I was scared that first day and night. I went home that night, I couldn’t talk to anybody because I had a — I couldn’t even tell the staff what was happening to them.”Who wouldn't be scared of Hillary?
She told DNC members last week that staffers faced death threats following the Russian hacks and leaks into the party’s internal documents and communications last year.
Brazile became interim chairwoman after Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) stepped down during the 2016 Democratic National Convention amid controversy after leaked emails purported to show the party working to ensure Hillary Clinton became the Democratic nominee and damage Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-Vt.) candidacy in the process.
Following the DNC leak – including her own emails published on WikiLeaks — Brazile said she became so fearful of her status as a target that she hired someone who would check to make sure her house was safe every time she went home.
Monday, February 27, 2017
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