Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz is set to have a very bad week in Philadelphia. It started early and in a uniquely humiliating fashion, when she got booed offstage at a Monday morning breakfast hosted by a delegation from Florida.
Wasserman Schultz announced Sunday she would step down from her position as Democratic National Committee Chair, after a bunch of very embarrassing emails leaked by a hacker showed her and other DNC staffers demonstrating bias towards Hillary Clinton. But DWS nonetheless seemed to believe she could maybe have a normal breakfast with the Florida delegation. ABC and every other news outlet in the country has video of what happened instead:
A booing crowd, some of whom wearing Bernie Sanders shirts and holding up signs that said “Emails” greeted Wasserman Schultz.
“I can see there’s a little bit of interest in my being here, and I can appreciate that interest,” she said, brightly. The crowd did not respond to her recommendations to “settle down,” booing throughout her speech. It was real bad.
Wasserman Schultz is planning to be at the DNC throughout the week, albeit in a “severely limited” role. Donald Trump is pretty excited about all of this, as you might expect.