A top Democratic official has accused DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz of lying, and is openly questioning her fitness to lead the party. In an interview with The New York Times, DNC vice chairman R. T. Rybak attacked Wasserman Schultz for saying that she had not banned Democratic Representative Tulsi Gabbard from attending the first Democratic debate after Gabbard called for more Democratic debates. Rybak said he was flabbergasted that she was saying something “flat out not true” about another Democrat. “This is not just about how many debates we have,” the former mayor of Minneapolis continued. “This is one of a series of long-running events in which the chair has not shown the political judgment that is needed.”
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