Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz had the “diversity” attack flipped on her Tuesday night when Fusion host Jorge Ramos pressed her on the lack of “diversity” among the 2016 Democratic candidates.
“When I was watching the debate, what I was thinking was the Democratic Party lacked diversity. I didn’t see a Latino, or an African-American, or an Asian on that stage,” Ramos said.
Schultz first made sure to point out that President Barack Obama is “African-American” as proof that “we have an absolute demonstration of commitment to diversity.” She said the Democrats nominated the first black president “not once, but twice.”
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