Wasserman Schultz: Americans Don’t Want Trump’s ‘Divisive Horrible, Nasty Rhetoric’

Tuesday on MSNBC, while discussing Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, Democratic National Committee chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) said Americans don’t want the “divisive horrible, nasty rhetoric” of  “extremist carnival barker” Donald Trump.

Wasserman Schultz said Republicans are heading “towards nominating this extremist carnival barker who has been condoning violence at his rallies.”

“And you know, this is all happening on the anniversary, the three-year anniversary of the Republican autopsy report, where they said if you remember, after 2012, they had to embrace people who they have not been making feel welcome,” she continued. “They had to upgrade their digital and analytics so they could catch up with us. They had to make sure they were embracing comprehensive immigration reform, or they said in their report, they would never win another presidential election. Well, in short, they said they needed to be more like Democrats. They have done anything bu. They have gone as far to the right and as extreme as possible, and as a result, we’ll elect one of our two candidates as the 45th president of the United States of America in November.”

She added, “America wants to continue to move forward. They don’t want the divisive horrible, nasty rhetoric and back fighting that has gone on on the other side and they don’t want to go backwards.”

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