Wednesday, May 18, 2016

If there is going to be criticism of any campaign at any level there needs to be CONSISTENCY in authority at the DNC.

You know what I found interesting about the meeting of Donald Trump, House Speaker Ryan and Reince Preibus? The fact that after the meeting Reince stood with Donald Trump in affirmation of Mr. Trump's victories in leadership. I found that really, really nice. At some level Reince Preibus has to be disappointed in the fact a traditional standard bearer wasn't being chosen. But, he didn't let his disappointment over shadow professionalism.

May 14, 2016
By Mark Henson

A top aide to Bernie Sanders (click here) early Wednesday slammed the chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), saying she is disrespecting the Vermont senator's presidential campaign.
"We could have a long conversation just about Debbie Wasserman Schultz and how she's been throwing shade at the Sanders campaign since the very beginning," Sanders's campaign manager, Jeff Weaver, said on CNN.
"Whether it was the debate schedule that were very few and far between and scheduled on weekends when no one was going to be watching them, whether they shut off Sanders's access to his own data and we had to sue them in federal court to get them back, whether it was these joint fundraising agreements with the Hillary Clinton campaign which are taking money from the state parties and giving it to the DNC."...

I don't care who the "top aide" is, he or she needs to be viewed as a truth teller and whistleblower. Nothing happens to his or her job status, EXCEPT, for a real good pow-wow between the top aides to Rep. Wasserman Shultz and the Chairwoman herself to find out where SHE IS FAILING their expectations of the DNC's leadership.