Former DNC Spokesman: DNC Was ‘Decimated’ and in ‘Really, Really Bad Shape’

Former Democratic National Committee spokesman Mohamed Elleithee appeared on Fox News' "Outnumbered" Thursday where he expressed his criticism of the DNC.

Elleithee did not sugarcoat what he thought about his former employer when he said the DNC was in "really bad shape" and "decimated" before and after the 2016 election.

"The DNC was in really, really bad shape heading into and coming out of this election," he said. "It had been decimated—I'm not just talking about the Wikileaks stuff, right?"

"What about the scandals? Like you know the push against [Sen.] Bernie Sanders [I., Vt.] and then [Rep.] Wasserman Schultz [D., Fla.] gets replaced and then leaking a debate question and then [Donna Brazile] gets replaced," co-host Harris Faulkner interjected.

"There was a much bigger challenge at the DNC, and that was the infrastructure there had been decimated," Elleithee said. "Tom Perez and the new leadership has to turn that around."

"What about the cussing?" Faulkner asked, referring to DNC chairman Tom Perez's frequent use of inappropriate language while delivering speeches.

Elleithee said that he could do without the cursing, but said that he is not the target and that Perez is attempting to fire up the Democratic base.