Organize the party faithful.
Wasserman Schultz is resign-wake-dnc/story?id=40824983">telling the crowd during a raucous scene that "we have to make sure that we move together in a unified way".
Wasserman Schultz was forced over the weekend to resign her party leadership post, after leaked emails posted to the website WikiLeaks proved what everyone, but particularly Bernie Sanders and his supporters, suspected all along - that the party apparatus favored Hillary Clinton's nomination and worked feverishly to secure it. On Sunday, Clinton said in a statement that she was appointing Wasserman Schultz as "honorary chair of my campaign's 50-state program".
Fudge is one of three black women who are now running the DNC, joined by Donna Brazile who is acting as interim Democratic National Committee chair, and Leah Daughtry, the CEO of the convention.
Outgoing Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz won't gavel her party's national convention to order this afternoon.
According to the site, back in November, Daughtry-who first led the convention as CEO in Denver in 2008-had promised "the most diverse and the most forward-looking convention that we've had in recent history".
Republican nominee Donald Trump, meanwhile, blasted Wasserman Schultz as "overrated" and contrasted her with his party's chairman, Reince Priebus, calling the Wisconsin Republican "the tough one and the smart one".
The anger over leaked emails showing DNC officials plotting against the primary campaign of Vermont Sen.
Henson says many Sanders supporters had been accused of paranoia for the past few months because they claimed the DNC had preferred Clinton all along. "It really is, it has got to be all about Hillary", Scarborough said. "She can most certainly reach out to Sanders supporters".
"As Party Chair, this week I will open and close the Convention and I will address our delegates about the stakes involved in this election not only for Democrats, but for all Americans", she originally added. "I'm glad she stepped down she should not be in charge but it's not going to do anything", lamented delegate Monica Thomas from Roanoke, VA.
Corn says Sanders ran an outstanding campaign, and the Vermont Senator has numerous same views as Clinton.