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Debbie Wasserman Schultz Insists Democrats Had 'Huge Success' in Iowa

Even as Iowa left both former U.S. Sec. of State Hillary Clinton and U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., declaring victory, from her perch as chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., insisted it was a good night for her party. 


Debbie Wasserman-Schultz “Tonight was a huge success for Democrats, who gathered with their neighbors all across Iowa for a competitive race defined by voters’ enthusiasm and energy to send a strong message: we must keep America moving forward,” Wasserman Schultz said late on Tuesday night before turning her fire to the GOP. “Primary season is officially underway, and based on tonight’s caucuses, it’s clear heading into New Hampshire that the Republican Party lost tonight. The top three Republican finishers in Iowa represent the far right - entirely out of touch with the vast majority of the American people.
 
“Whether it’s because of Ted Cruz’s history as a government-shutdown ideologue, Marco Rubio’s rise on the back of the Tea Party, or Donald Trump’s deep dive into the mud of offensive rhetoric, the Republican Party of Lincoln and Reagan is unrecognizable,” Wasserman Schultz added. “Tonight’s caucus results have set the stage for a general election with a clear choice: a Democrat who will energize voters with a substantive message for growing the middle class and expanding opportunity so everyone has a fair shot, or a Republican doom-and-gloom candidate who promises to drag the country backward.”
 

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She needs to address the highly improbable coin toss results. There's only a one in 64 chance Clinton legitimately won all six. The other option (with a 63 in 64 probability) is that Clinton supporters cheated and stole delegates in an attempt to sabotage the democratic process in a power grab.

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