VIDEO Debbie Wasserman Schultz Fails to Explain Difference Between Democrats and Socialists

VIDEO Debbie Wasserman Schultz Fails to Explain Difference Between Democrats and Socialists

Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz was at a loss for words Thursday night after MSNBC’s Chris Matthews pressed her on the differences between Democrats and socialists.


“What is the difference between a Democrat and a socialist?” Mr. Matthews asked the Florida congresswoman.

“I used to think there is a big difference. What do you think it is?” he asked again after Ms. Wasserman Schultz laughed.

“The more important question is what is the difference between being a Democrat and being a Republican,” she responded.

“What’s the big difference between a Democrat and a socialist?” Mr. Matthews asked again. “You’re chairman of the Democratic Party. Tell me the difference between you and a socialist.”

Ms. Wasserman Schultz responded: “The relevant debate that we’ll be having over the course of this campaign is what’s the difference between a Democrat and a Republican. The difference between a Democrat and Republican is that Democrats fight to make sure that everybody has an opportunity to succeed and the Republicans are strangled by their right-wing extremists.”

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