Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz says her party’s national convention next week will offer an agenda that is “diametrically opposed” to the Republican alternative.
Wasserman-Schultz called Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump dangerous and divisive. She described the Republican National Convention as a litany of attacks designed to draw attention away from the controversial nominee.
“It’s crystal clear Trump literally has no plans to grow our economy and put Americans to work and no plans to bring Americans together. And tonight, we’re certain to hear more offensive rhetoric because Trump’s divisiveness and bigoted policy proposals seem endless and spare very few.”
Wasserman-Schultz says Democrats will stress the millions of jobs that have been created during President Barack Obama’s nearly eight years in the White House and the millions of Americans provided with subsidized health care.