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Wasserman Schultz: Hillary Is The Most ‘Respected Woman In The Entire World’ [VIDEO]

Steve Guest Media Reporter

Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz claimed on Monday that FBI interviewee Hillary Clinton is the “most admired and respected woman in the entire world.”

Appearing on MSNBC, Andrea Mitchell said that while Donald Trump “is the most unpopular Republican nominee since we’ve been polling, she comes in second as the most unpopular. I mean, the negatives of Hillary Clinton, 67 percent don’t trust her, 55 percent now are not happy about the e-mails, the damage from Comey, how are you going to counteract that?” (RELATED: ‘EXTREMELY CARELESS’ — FBI Director Comey Says Clinton Mishandled Classified Info [VIDEO])

“Hillary Clinton is the most admired and respected woman in the entire world,” Wasserman Schultz replied. “And there’s a reason for that because she has spent her life standing up for the values that we as Americans embrace and that are the reasons we make the choice in our president.” (RELATED: FBI Recommends ‘NO CHARGES’ For Hillary Clinton [VIDEO])

Continuing to ignore the issues with Clinton that Mitchell raised, Wasserman Schultz said that Clinton will “continue to make sure that we can help people reach the middle class. She’ll focus on making sure that we can continue to strengthen our diplomatic alliances around the world.” (RELATED: FBI Recommends ‘NO CHARGES’ For Hillary Clinton [VIDEO])

“She has the credibility that we need in the president of the United States and contrast that with what’s going on this week which is why we at the Democratic National Committee are here all week to underscore that we are better than this. Americans know we’re better than this. And we have to make sure that we don’t let Donald Trump anywhere near the White House.”

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