Donna Brazile on the 2020 Election


In this video, veteran Democratic strategist, Donna Brazile, sits down to talk about the quickly approaching 2020 presidential election. She shares how the rules completely changed in the 2016 presidential election. Brazile calls for an update in the Democratic method by presenting bigger and bolder ideas that appeal to a broader swath of Americans. 

Well known for her remarkable candor and progressive vision, Brazile is a force in the Democratic Party and beyond. As a contributor to Fox News, she gives insightful commentary. Trained as a grassroots organizer, Brazile knows the importance of the American people and dedicates her life to fighting for them. 

Ms. Brazile has devoted her life to working for progressive change, responsible governance, and the advancement of all people in a society that is fair and equitable.  Brazile first got involved in politics at the age of nine when she worked to elect a City Council candidate who had promised to build a playground in her neighborhood; the candidate won, the playground was built, and a lifelong passion for political progress was ignited. Brazile has worked on every major presidential campaign since 1976 and in 2000 Ms. Brazile became the first African American woman to serve as the manager of a major party presidential campaign, running the campaign of former Vice President Al Gore.

Click here to learn more about Donna Brazile's advocacy work as well as her long career as a public servant. 

Former Interim Chair of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), Renowned Political Strategist and Commentator, and Best-selling Author

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Political strategist Donna Brazile is the former interim chair of the DNC, as well as the former vice chair for civic engagement and voter participation at the DNC, an adjunct professor, current Fox News contributor, best-selling author, syndicated columnist, and television commentator. She was also the first African-American woman to manage a presidential campaign. Her southern charm, big personality, and hilarious anecdotes make her an instant audience favorite. Oprah’s O magazine chose her as one of its “20 remarkable visionaries” and Washingtonian named her one of its “100 most powerful women.” Brazile is known for her ability to analyze the political climate and attract supporters, and she addresses this and the political mood of the country.