Donald Trump is not one to mince his words, and he doesn’t care what anyone thinks about his method of delivery. If Trump likes you, then his kindness is dripping sweet. But, if you get on his bad side, then watch out – he will unleash a politically incorrect tirade for the ages.
During an appearance on Breitbart Radio on Monday, Trump gave his thoughts on Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and it wasn’t pretty.
While speaking with Bretibart’s Stephen Bannon, Trump laid into the Republican party and RNC leadership. While he did compliment RNC Chair Reince Priebus as being a nice guy, he also took issue with RNC spinelessness saying that the need to become both tough and smart.
In speaking about the negotiation of deals for debates, Bannon said, “I think if you had a choice between Reince Priebus, as nice a guy as he is, and Donald Trump cutting your TV deal, I think most people would take Donald Trump.”
Trump chimed in and stated, “Well, I’m not allowed to say that, OK? But I can tell you he’s a very good guy. He really is. He’s a very nice person and I think that hopefully, he’s going to do a good job — hey, look, you get a candidate, you really need that RNC to go in there and fight hard. And they have to be very tough, and very smart.”
He had even less kind words for Wasserman-Schultz. Though he called her a terrible, crazy, and highly neurotic person, he did say that she negotiated great debate deals on behalf of Hillary Clinton.
“You have this crazy Wasserman-Schultz, Debra Wasserman-Schultz,” Trump continued, “who’s in there — highly neurotic woman. This is a woman that is a terrible person! I watch her on television. And she is a terrible person. And in all fairness, she negotiated a great deal for Hillary, because they gave Hillary all softballs.”
“Every ball was a softball, and in fact, even the other candidates weren’t allowed to talk up against her,” Trump said. “How about — and by the way, he destroyed his campaign, [Bernie] Sanders. He totally destroyed his campaign.”
The DNC and Wasserman-Schultz have been criticized before accused of holding limited debates in an effort to protect the scandal plagued Hillary Clinton, the Democrat frontrunner who is also under a criminal investigation by the FBI
Last month, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, a Democrat from Hawaii and second highest ranking official in the DNC, publicly admonished Wasserman-Schultz alleging that she was disinvited from the Democrat debate because of the continuous and public demands she was making for more debates.
When Wasserman-Schultz responded in the media that Gabbard was lying, she did not back down.
“I can’t say much more than to say that that’s just not true,” Gabbard said.
“I was on your network, MSNBC, talking on Meet the Press Daily about how we do need more debates, the same thing that I have been saying now for several weeks, and the very next day got a message saying that if I’m going to continue talking about that, that I shouldn’t go to the debate. It’s not surprising to me that she is saying things that aren’t true.”