Former-Senior Advisor to President Obama, Valerie Jarrett, sat down with MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski Thursday to discuss the state of the Democratic Party and the way forward for the Trump resistance.
During the interview, Brzezinski seems to have forgotten that she’s supposed to be an impartial journalist and pleaded with Jarrett to have Obama come to the rescue of the struggling Democratic Party.
But then again, Brzezinski hasn’t had an easy time since Trump won the election, breaking down on air on multiple occasions.
Jarrett laughed at the notion and told Brzezinski that the former president is focused on finding the next generation of Democratic leaders.
Yearning for the days of Obama is an odd desire for any Democrat, considering that it was under his leadership that saw the party saw record losses in local, state, and national races.
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