Poor Debbie – new wave of bad-mouthing from her fellow Democrats

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Seems like Debbie Wasserman Schultz can’t get over her disgraceful exit as chair of the Democrat National Party.

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She is still in office, and is said to be running again for the U.S. House of Representatives, where she’d served since 2003. So far she’s won comfortably all of her campaigns, but it’s not over yet.

It’s obvious she’s not the superstar she once was.

Last night the annual Leadership Blue fundraising dinner of the Florida Democratic Party took place at the Diplomat Beach Resort, and on that event one high-profile name was missing: Debbie. Please keep in mind that this event took place in her district.

Among the speakers at the event were former Vice President Joe Biden, three Democrat candidates running for governor, representatives from Planned Parenthood and the American Muslim Democratic Caucus and even a Black Lives Matter spokesman, but no Debbie.

Obviously the party wanted to avoid the embarrassment Schultz suffered when she was booed off the stage by the Florida delegation at the DNC last summer.

While attendees were spared, Schultz was there to lend support to Biden, for his 52-minute address.

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As reported by the Sun-Sentinel, Biden tantalized Democrats with the prospects of what a political orator able to effectively communicate with working class motors might achieve. But he didn’t say anything about a topic that seemingly was on everyone’s mind – whether he’d run for president in 2020.

After spending a few relatively quiet months after leaving office on Jan. 20, Biden has recently stepped up his profile. Early this month, he established the American Possibilities political action committee, allowing him to pay for staffers and travel – and fueling speculation that he might run in 2020.

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Now that will be very interesting. We are looking forward to it.

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