Tonight on "The Kelly File," Debbie Wasserman Schultz reacted to Hillary Clinton's "record" negatives among several major demographic groups.
Megyn Kelly rattled off some of the numbers, which included a -72 rating from white males.
Wasserman Schultz started by saying that either one of the Democratic candidates "beats any of the Republican candidates" in a head-to-head matchup, then commented on why "energy and enthusiasm" are more important than the negatives.
"When you are looking at energy and enthusiasm, that's really what is helping voters decide whether they're gonna go out and be motivated enough to vote for a candidate, work for a candidate, organize, knock on doors, make phone calls, and so those are the kinds of stats that I want to see when it comes to the momentum that either one of our candidates is going to have going into a general election, going into the convention, and ultimately going head to head with the Republican nominee."
She said that the Republicans are at "civil war" and are "mired in chaos."
"So, that contrast is going to bode well for us when it comes to a general election because we're getting ready to make sure we can be prepared for the general election, and they're still fighting."
Watch the full interview above.