PHILADELPHIA — It’s yet another boring day in the annals of Democratic Party politics.
Yesterday, DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, long unpopular at the higher echelons of the Democratic Party hierarchy, announced that at the conclusion of the Democratic National Party Convention on Thursday, she will resign as Chair.
Never one to shy away from a tough assignment, associate solitary reporter John Jones asked Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager, Robby Mook, whether Clinton will be supporting Wasserman Schultz’ primary opponent, Tim Canova. Canova is challenging Wasserman Schultz in the August 30 primary for Florida’s 23rd Congressional District. Bernie Sanders, long at odds with Wasserman Schultz, has endorsed Canova.
Mook told Jones that he is unable to respond to his question because he is too busy assisting the FBI in its investigation of how Russian President Vladimir Putin’s cybersleuths hacked into the DNC’s computers.