For years DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz has been on the edge of losing her job. In 2015, Wasserman-Schultz threatened to accuse President Obama of sexism when rumors swirled about his dissatisfaction with her performance.
During the 2016 Democrat primary, which wrapped up last night after Hillary Clinton clinched the number of delegates required to secure the nomination, Wasserman-Schultz came under fire from Bernie Sanders for alleged bias and and favorability toward Clinton. In fact, Sanders publicly endorsed her congressional seat opponent in Florida.
But regardless of the rift between the Clinton campaign with Sanders voters and the Sanders campaign with the DNC, Wasserman-Schultz is confident she'll be keeping her job as chairwoman.
DNC Chair Wasserman Schultz says she isn't worried about being booted from job because of tension with Sanders— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) June 8, 2016
Wasserman Schultz: I'm going to be remaining as the Chair of the Democratic Nat'l Cmte as..Obama has asked me to do until January 21, 2017"— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) June 8, 2016
DNC chair Wasserman Schultz: I’m very confident that we are going to be unified.— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) June 8, 2016
See you in Philadelphia.