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Wasserman Schultz Possibly Eyeing New Career Move

Monday, October 10, 2016 6:01
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Coming off a contentious primary race against college Professor Tim Canova, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D) should easily win her general election race against her tin foil hat-wearing Republican opponent, Joe Kaufman.

With that said, it appears as if the popular south Florida congresswoman may be eyeing a possible journalistic career, if she ever decides to call it quits up in Washington, D.C.

In an effort to update her supporters, Debbie the Blogger has just put out a nifty and witty little newsletter (First time I’ve seen it) called “The Curl.”

I love it. Wasserman Schultz embraces her trademark curly hair, much to the chagrin of many detractors who tend to poke fun at her coiffure.

Aside from “The Curl” posting Wasserman Schultz’s latest legislative and campaign moves, there is also a fundraising ask inserted in the text.

Of course there is! This is election season for God’s sake!

Oh, the newsletter also reminds supporters that she just had her 50th Birthday.


Don’t expect ‘DWS’ to take off her congressional lapel pin just yet because her close friend Hillary Clinton may become the next President of the United States.

With Clinton in power, Wasserman Schultz will surely keep here place within the Democratic Party heirarchy.

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