Clinton Campaign Staffer: Brazile's Book 'Reeks of a Desperate Attempt'
A former Clinton campaign staffer spoke out against former DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile's new book, which is full of allegations against Hillary's campaign.
"In the span of ten days, she completely nuked [her reputation] to sell a book," Michael Starr Hopkins said.
Martha MacCallum said Hopkins previously said it is "sad to see [Brazile] act like a hack."
Hopkins said Brazile's book and subsequent interviews "reek of a desperate attempt" of sorts to effectively throw the campaign under the bus for their loss to President Donald Trump.
"It's just disingenuous and not helpful," Hopkins said, noting Brazile's otherwise iconic history within the party.
Brazile served two separate terms as DNC chair and managed former Vice President Al Gore's (D-Tenn.) 2000 presidential campaign.
RNC spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany said Brazile only confirmed what Sen. Bernie Sanders' (I-Vt.) 2016 campaign manager suspected.
McEnany said Jeff Weaver had accused Democrats of colluding against his candidate during the primary.
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