The passage doesn't explain the debate question debacle, nor mention that in interviews before the primaries, Brazile placed her loyalty to Clinton over neutrality.
In her ABC interview, Brazile also explained her secret deliberations about whether to initiate a complicated DNC process to replace Clinton as the nominee after her near-fainting spell on September 11, 2016.
Democrats are having difficulty overcoming differences over the bitter 2016 election amid confessions of a failed attempt to displace Hillary Clinton as the presidential nominee, intensifying party conflict just before Tuesday's closely followed Virginia governor's race.
Nevertheless, he said, "We have to earn the trust of the voters, and during the process of the Democratic primary, we fell short of that, undeniably". Nevertheless, the revelation Brazile exposed in this excerpt provides further proof and vindication for Bernie Sanders supporters that the DNC was working on behalf of the Clinton Campaign.
But "I thought of Hillary, and all the women in the country who were so proud of and excited about her".
The Washington Post reports that Brazile also writes that she seriously considered starting a process to replace Clinton as the party's 2016 presidential nominee with then-Vice President Joe Biden in the aftermath of Clinton's fainting spell as she left a 9/11 memorial service at Ground Zero in NY, in part because Clinton's campaign was "anemic" and had taken on "the odor of failure". She explicitly states that she set out as interim DNC chair to "get to the bottom of whether Hillary Clinton's team had rigged the nomination process, as a cache of emails stolen by Russian hackers and posted online had suggested".More news: Pentagon: Ground Invasion the Only Way to Destroy North Korea Nukes
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Brazile says her relationship with Mook got so bad that she told Clinton's chief administrative officer Charlie Baker, "Charlie, I'm about to kill Robby and it ain't going to be pretty".
The Clinton people - up to and including the candidate herself - believe Sanders' attacks on her during the primary hurt her chances against Trump in the general election.
Former Clinton campaign staff have admonished Brazile for writing a book reflecting on how she saw the 2016 election. "I didn't want a Plan B. Plan A was great for me".
"Again and again I thought about Joe Biden", Brazile writes. "It is particularly troubling and puzzling that she would seemingly buy into false Russian-fueled propaganda, spread by both the Russians and our opponent, about our candidate's health".
On Saturday, former top members of the campaign signed an open letter, saying they "do not recognize the campaign she portrays in the book". "I could not do this to them", Brazile writes. "For those who are telling me to shut up ... you know what I tell them?"
Brazile has vowed to go ahead with her story, and naysayers can "go to hell". "And I say go to hell because, why am I supposed to be the only person that is unable to tell my story?"