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  • No, she is not a positive asset to Clinton's campaign.

    Debbie Wasserman Schultz is not a positive asset to Hillary Clinton's campaign. Many believe that Debbie Wasserman Schultz and the DNC supported Clinton's campaign by trying to undermine Bernie Sanders during the primary. This has led to anger and frustration by many Sanders supporters. They believe that the DNC essentially rigged the election in favor of Clinton. Therefore, Debbie Wasserman Schultz has too much political baggage to be an asset to the Clinton campaign.

  • No she is not

    Debbie Wasserman is not a positive asset to Hilary Clinton's campaign. She is controversial - like Mrs Clinton herself - and has had a lot of bad press recently. Again, a lot like Hilary Clinton. Politicians can't be trusted, but the real question is, who is worse, Trump or Clinton?

  • Recent revelations of Wasserman Schultz's actions have and will continue to hurt Clinton.

    The Monday after a weekend in which the American people discovered that the DNC had influenced the selection of its candidate, a new CNN poll showed opponent Donald Trump in the lead. Trump likely received a boost from the shadowy revelations of Wasserman Schultz's emails, which revealed a plan to turn public opinion against Democratic challenger Bernie Sanders.

  • Not right now

    Since the wikileaks emails and the her resignation that gives Drump supporters and Bernie supporters more ammunition. It's hurting Hilary and since Bernie can't control the movement he created, all those votes are going to the green party, which only plays into Drump's hands. The GOP looks inept, but the Dem's aren't faring much better.

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