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Elizabeth Warren Believes The DNC Primary Was Rigged For Hillary

Elizabeth Warren Believes The DNC Primary Was Rigged For Hillary

Brazile, the interim chairperson for the Democratic National Committee (DNC) at the time, claims in an excerpt from her upcoming published by Politico Thursday that Clinton's campaign "rigged" the 2016 primary against Bernie Sanders, her Democratic opponent.

From the start, Brazile writes, the scale was tipped in favor of Clinton - and against Sen.

"If the fight had been fair, one campaign would not have control of the party before the voters had decided which one they wanted to lead", Brazile wrote.

Brazile writes that shortly after becoming chair, she called Sanders to explain how Clinton had exerted a "control of the party long before she became its nominee".

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Although there have been some dubious claims surrounding the situation since past year, this is the first time that a big name inside the Hillary campaign has spoken about the situation in length. Clinton's campaign, according to Brazile, assumed that debt with its own fundraising. 'He described the party as fully under the control of Hillary's campaign, which seemed to confirm the suspicions of the Bernie camp. 'I am an officer of the party and they've been telling us everything is fine and they were raising money with no problems.' That wasn't true, he said.

Though you'd be forgiven for trying actively to forget everything that happened a year ago, at this point it's helpful to remember that former DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Shultz stepped down after DNC e-mails hacked by Russians and distributed widely by WikiLeaks "appeared to show coordinated efforts to help Clinton at the expense of her rivals in the Democratic primaries", according to The Washington Post. Sanders, she said, "took this stoically".

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Brazile was sacked from CNN and apologized for sharing the questions. By Brazile's account, this agreement was signed in August 2015.

We've written about this rigged nomination repeatedly (dating back to last April) - and were especially disappointed (but not surprised) to discover it involved our home state's party.

She also claims that she told Sanders about the unethical arrangement, and told him that she had doubts of whether Hillary could beat Trump in a general election.

The party had been in debt since the 2012 presidential campaign.

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In more words than none, the political analyst bashed ex-DNC chair Debbie Wasserman- Schultz for letting things get so bad, describing her as a less-than-efficient "manager" who "had not been the most active chair in fundraising at a time when Barack Obama's neglect had left the party in significant debt". As for current DNC chair Tom Perez, Warren said his handling of the matter will serve as a test. Ultimately, Hillary Clinton managed the DNC way before she was officially nominated, which means Bernie Sanders never even had a chance at winning, no matter how many people supported his policies.