Debbie Wasserman Schultz, chair of the DNC, responds to Donald Trump's threats to attack Bill Clinton as a serial sexual abuser if he campaigns for Hillary.
DEBBIE WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: You know, my assessment of Donald Trump's candidacy is that he's been an equal-opportunity insulter. He has engaged in some of the most vulgar invectives and rhetoric and really brought this presidential campaign, its tone and where the debate is on the other side of the aisle to the lowest depths I've ever seen. I mean? A presidential campaign.
So much so that my own daughters, when seeing his commentary on tv asked me, "mom, why is he so rude"?
That's not what we should strive for in holding up our presidential candidates on either side of the aisle. We're supposed to want our children to emulate at least the leadership and values even if you don't agree with them of our presidential candidates and unfortunately what's going on on the other side of the aisle has taken this to a new low in presidential politics.