‘I have more class than that’: DWS unloads on O’Malley and sorely needs a dictionary!

Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz was not too happy with former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley after he claimed the party’s governing body “rigged” the primary debates in favor of Hillary Clinton, his rival for the Democratic presidential nomination.

After sharing a stage with O’Malley on Friday, the head of the DNC expressed her contempt to CNN’s Dan Merica, telling him, “I just said thank you. I have more class than that.”

Perhaps Wasserman-Schultz has a different understanding of what the word “class” means.

Merica posted a series of tweets capturing his exchange with Wasserman-Schultz, who took the unusual stance of defending the debate process, saying it was “completely legal”:

Based on their reactions, social media users are not as convinced that Wasserman-Schultz has class, or should even be in the position. Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:


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