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Former DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile reacted to threats she's received both for her book and for her work with the Democratic Party.

Brazile said she was raised to ignore detractors, and think that "it's not what they call you it's what you answer to." 

She said she regretted telling critics to "go to Hell" last weekend while being interviewed on television.

"I should've channeled Michelle [Obama] and just go higher."

Brazile said that, in addition to threatening language over her critique of the 2016 Democratic ticket, she received threats from those on the right too.

She said that whenever then-candidate Trump would invoke her name at a rally or on Twitter, she received "over the top" threats instantly - on Twitter, by email and on her phone.


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