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Donna Brazile, a chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, is not married yet. The prominent American author and political analyst don't have any children to go home to either. Did she ever have a husband?
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Not much seems to be going on in Donna Brazile’s family Life
While Donna is the first Afro-American to direct a major presidential campaign, she is yet to inspire young women with her private life endeavors – especially a happy family life. Donna shows no sign of getting married even in her fifties.
In addition, no rumors can be traced of Donna’s anterior affair. There are no traceable details about her previous husband, boyfriends or children. Donna has not adopted any child either. She seems to believe that women cannot achieve heights in their career, especially politics, when they get married and start raising kids.
Donna Brazile chose her high profile political career over a possible family life
Donna has worked on several presidential campaigns for Democratic candidates, including Jesse Jackson and Walter Mondale–Geraldine Ferraro in 1984, and for Dick Gephardt in the 1988 Democratic primary. She is the current head of the Democratic National Committee.
In recent days, Donna has become notorious for reportedly leaking the democratic convention questions to Hillary Clinton. On being asked why she supported the Clinton campaign, she accused the Russian government for Democratic National Committee email hacks. She has since made headlines for actively endorsing the Hillary Clinton campaign “inside the CNN” while still claiming to be neutral on-air.
Donna was born on December 15, 1959, in Kenner, Louisiana, U.S. She grew passionate for a life in politics at nine. She was impressed by a local candidate who took office who did great wonders and also promised to build a playground to the nine-year-old Donna.
Donna Brazile’s faith in God could not convince her to get married
Donna has publicly quoted her faith in God. However, interesting to note that a person whose first life calling was to be a priest would defy her conservative faith and abstain from marriage. Possible though that she now has a different perspective regarding the conduct of the society.
We wish that Donna lives up to a feminist ideal that a woman, like every man, is entitled to a happy family and a successful career. If women do not give up to traditional gender roles, they can have their family and their career to co-exist. We hope that Donna Brazile finds her life partner in the days to come.