Wasserman Schultz: Hillary ‘Is the Most Admired and Respected Woman in the Entire World’

Monday on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” Democratic National Committee chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) said presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton was “the most admired and respected woman in the entire world.” Partial transcript as follows: ANDREA MITCHELL, MSNBC HOST: Joining me now is Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Chair of the Democratic National Committee. The Republican National Committee is going to open its convention tonight trying to connect failures in foreign policy, tragedies abroad, tragedies at home, violence, terror attacks. All lying at the feet of this White House and this Democratic nominee. How are you going to counter it? REP. DEBBIE WASSERMAN-SCHULTZ (D-FL), CHAIR, DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE: Well, the Republicans have absolutely no credibility when it comes to anything related to protecting our national security. They’re about to nominate the most divisive, dangerous, unqualified, unprepared candidate for President of the United States in any major party’s history. MITCHELL: He’s projecting strength, he’s projecting that he’s a strong man, that this president somehow signals weakness. And, in his defense, what they’re arguing is that ISIS has been spawned by a premature withdrawal from Iraq and Afghanistan on their watch, and yes, it started under a Republican administration. How do you counteract