Best part about this? Debbie thought she was making a strong case:
— The Hill (@thehill) October 14, 2015
More from The Hill:
The topic came up during an interview with Fusion anchor Jorge Ramos, who this summerconfronted GOP front-runner Donald Trump about his comments regarding Hispanics. Ramos noted Tuesday night he did not “see a Latino or an African-American or an Asian” on the Democratic debate stage.
“We have Latinos and African-Americans — first of all, our president of the United States, who is a Democrat, is African-American,” Wasserman Schultz, a Florida representative, responded. “Certainly, we have an absolute, demonstrated commitment to diversity, because our party nominated the first African-American, and then Americans elected him not once, but twice.”
She said the Democratic presidential field is not representative of the overall diversity of the party.
Oh, Debbie … bless your heart.
Some of my friends are black! https://t.co/e5OlEEjDEV
— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) October 14, 2015