Geraldo: Brazile's Revelations Are 'Nail in the Coffin' for the Clinton Era

Geraldo: Brazile's Revelations Are 'Nail in the Coffin' for the Clinton Era

Geraldo: Brazile's Revelations Are 'Nail in the Coffin' for the Clinton Era

He said the party is now in "total disarray" with opposition to President Trump as its only unifying message.

The agreement established rules and guidance around the separate joint fundraising agreement Clinton's campaign signed with the DNC.

Geraldo Rivera said this morning that the newest revelations about Hillary Clinton and the DNC are the "nail in the coffin" when it comes to the Clintons and the Democratic Party. Throwing another wrench into the narrative, new excerpts from her book show that she had considered the idea of replacing Clinton with Biden as the nominee at the last minute. The White House has repeatedly sought to turn the attention of the probe, which is looking into potential collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government, to Clinton and her campaign.

"I have to say, as you know, as someone who followed this campaign closely in 2016, it was pretty clear from the get-go that the DNC was in the Clinton camp with the rigged debate schedule and you remember them taking away our access to our voter file data", Weaver said.

"For those telling me to shut up, they told Hillary that a couple months ago. Go to hell. I'm going to tell my story", Brazile told ABC's "This Week".

After former interim Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Donna Brazile recently confirmed that the Democratic presidential primary was, in fact, rigged in favor of former Secretary of State and eventual Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, President Trump asked why the Department of Justice wasn't investigating Clinton.

"Her campaign had the right of refusal of who would be the party communications director, and it would make final decisions on all the other staff", Brazile wrote. It was sent to Amy Dacey, the then-CEO of the DNC, from Robby Mook, Clinton's campaign manager, on August 26, 2015.

The Clinton staffers responded they were "shocked to learn" that Brazile would consider overturning the will of Democratic voters. Brazile writes that she believes no laws were violated, but that a funding agreement "looked unethical".

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Both the Clinton and Sanders campaigns signed agreements that allowed the presidential candidates to raise money for the DNC.

It just proves what I wrote on Thursday - Hacks was a particularly apt title for a Brazile memoir.

Among the reforms he said he developed after listening to Democrats across the party spectrum was ensuring that "no candidate participating in our presidential nominating process gains any unfair advantage - real or perceived - during our primary season".

To be sure, the scathing criticism of one long-standing Democrat on other members of her own party comes at a bad time - days away from the Virginia gubernatorial race featuring Republican Ed Gillespie against Democratic Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam.

Brazile has vowed to go ahead with her story, and naysayers can "go to hell".

Over the weekend, Perez issued a statement saying he and the DNC leadership were committed to ensuring that the nomination process in 2020 will be "unquestionably fair and transparent". "We are moving beyond her".

"We're moving forward", Perez insisted to CNBC.

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