Donna Brazile to critics: 'I'm going to tell my story'

Brazile told ABC News she would tell critics of her new book that makes explosive allegations about the 2016 presidential campaign, "'Go to hell.' I'm going to tell my story."
1:59 | 11/06/17

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Cc1 Test message We're back with a bitter family fight inside the democratic party after the release of Donna Brazile's bombshell book "Hacks" where she revealed her thoughts about replacing Hillary Clinton with Joe Biden. She didn't hold back on her critics. Mary Bruce is tracking it all from Washington. Good morning. Reporter: Good morning, George. Well, the explosive charges in this new book are rocking the democratic party and re-opening old wounds from that bitter democratic primary and now the book's author, Donna Brazile, the former head of the DNC is coming out swinging against her critics. For those telling me to shut up they told Hillary that a couple of months ago. You know what I tell them, go to hell. Reporter: In an exclusive interview with George, Donna Brazile tells her story. The latest, she considered replacing Hillary Clinton. I was under tremendous pressure after secretary Clinton fainted to have a, quote/unquote plan B. Reporter: After this moment just two months before election day, Brazile considered putting Joe Biden at the top of the ticket. Again and again I thought about Joe Biden she writes but adds I could not make good on that threat to replace her. I didn't want a plan B. Plan a was great for me. I supported Hillary and I wanted her to win. Reporter: Shocked more than top 100 Clinton aides write it is particularly troubling and puzzling that Brazile would buy into false russian-fueled prop beg ganda about her candidate's health. Brazile alleged it gave Clinton's campaign vast control and compromised the party's integrity. Now, critics are accusing the DNC including president trump accusing them of rigging the election to favor Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders. Brazile refutes that and says she's seen no evidence this was rigged, none whatsoever. She made a flat out declaration. Okay, Mary, thanks very much. Lively discussion you had with her and says she's from Louisiana and wanted hot sauce on every page. She brought it.

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