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ICYMI: Congress Demands Answers from Rep. Wasserman Schultz

Ellie Hockenbury - August 1, 2017

Debbie just can’t catch a break.

After it was revealed last week that she continued to employ a staffer who was under investigation and eventually arrested for bank fraud while trying to flee the country, Rep. Wasserman Schultz received widespread criticism in her home state, was accused of obstruction of justice by her primary opponent, and was awarded the “worst week” in Florida.

However, it appears like the worst is yet to come for the former DNC Chair. Today, reports surfaced that Congressional leaders are advancing their investigation into the scandal surrounding her IT staffer, and the House Oversight Committee has requested a full briefing on the matter from Capitol Police—to whom Wasserman Schultz made threats earlier in the investigation.

Buckle up, because this isn’t going away anytime soon. Check out RNC Research’s recap of the growing scandal. 

 


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