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Wasserman Schultz Attacks Paper For Misquoting Exactly What She Said

Note: The first video is of Wasserman Schultz claiming she did not say what she was quoted as saying. The second video is of Wasserman Schultz's saying what she says she did not say.

DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz claims that The Washington Examiner "deliberately" misquoted her when they reported she said Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren stated that Republicans were “dangerous for Israel.”

Full story here.

Tonight on FOX News, Wasserman Schultz was asked about the statement.

“I didn’t say he said that,” Wasserman Schultz insisted. “And unfortunately, that comment was reported by a conservative newspaper. It’s not surprising they would deliberately misquote me. What I always say is that unfortunately the Republicans have made Israel a political football, which is dangerous for Israel. And Ambassador Oren has said that we can’t ever suggest that there is any daylight between the two parties on Israel because there isn’t. And that that’s harmful to Israel. That’s what I said, and that is accurate.”

Above you can find her denial and then the Examiner's audio clip of her saying what she says she did not say.

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