'Fox & Friends' Blasts Media for Ignoring Donna Brazile Who Is Literally Everywhere


The political world is still reeling from the revelations in the book written by former Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Donna Brazile, and the latest excerpt details how she accused CNN's Jake Tapper of betraying her.

"For a campaign to rely on data and analytics at a time when the Russians were essetnailly using active measures to disrupt our campaign and discredit our nominee, let me just tell you, I wanted to write this story because I believe it's a warning to all Americans", she said.

However, Mook denied those claims, saying he does not recall the incidents mentioned in the book.

During a wide-ranging interview, Brazile said she leaked questions at a Democratic primary town hall to members of Hillary Clinton's campaign because she didn't want the candidates to be "blindsided".

Considered replacing Clinton-Kaine with Biden-Booker.

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Clinton briefing addressed Brazile saying she doesn't have a clue as to what she was referring to and then immediately moved on to the new DNC leadership and how they handled Tuesday night's elections. She had found none until she came across a financial agreement between the DNC and the Clinton campaign. And the person who shot the video wasn't a Russian spy.

'But I can not help a candidate, Joe, if I don't have the resources, if I can not spend the resources that the party is raising because there's a blind agreement, ' she said, being interrupted by co-host Mika Brzezinki who chimed in, 'exactly'. He added, "I'll put it all in there but it should have never been a close race".

"The radio silence from the media is really puzzling", she said.

"The days of starting from scratch, not sharing information, and not working together are over", said Lux, who was a special assistant for public liaison in President Bill Clinton's White House.

Clinton and Meyers talked about women running for elected office. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) after Brazile claimed that the Clinton campaign had undue influence over the DNC before the 2016 Democratic primary even started. Brazile wrote she discovered a signed August 2015 agreement between Clinton's campaign and the DNC that assured the party would be bailed out of debt by Clinton's fundraising efforts.