It was just last month when DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz was drowned out by frustrated Democrats demanding more debates between the Democrat candidates, while Wasserman Schultz has doggedly stuck to the original schedule of six.
It wasn’t only the masses in New Hampshire unhappy with the debate schedule; DNC vice chair Rep. Tulsi Gabbard also voiced her opinion that more debates were needed — and says she was disinvited from the debates after an appearance on MSNBC.
— The Hill (@thehill) October 12, 2015
On Monday night, Gabbard returned to the scene of the “crime,” appearing on MSNBC with Chris Hayes to tell her story.
— All In w/Chris Hayes (@allinwithchris) October 13, 2015
— Ann-Marie Poli (@annmariepoli) October 13, 2015
Someone should explain that to Wasserman Schultz.
— Steve Svekis (@Pac_Dozen) October 13, 2015
— susan12 (@susantennisfan) October 13, 2015
— Jerry Long (@Longbroscomedy) October 13, 2015
— Ktnicoll87 (@ktnicoll87) October 13, 2015
— J.P. Harmon (@brian_riback) October 13, 2015
— gary klein (@beetsc1) October 13, 2015
— Neil Pople (@NeilPople) October 13, 2015
CNN reports that the story has a happy ending, thanks to the Bernie Sanders campaign offering Gabbard a ticket. “If she needs a ticket, have her give me a call. I think we have a couple; we can give her one.” said Sanders’ campaign manager on CNN’s “New Day.”
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