Dems fire back at GOP in debate Wi-Fi war
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The Democratic National Committee (DNC) found an unusual way to take a jab at the Republican National Committee (RNC) before Saturday’s Democratic debate: It’s Wi-Fi network. 

The DNC named it’s Wi-Fi network “13MillionNewJobs,” according to several reporters attending the Democratic debate in Des Moines, Iowa. 


There is no password for the network, as “The Democratic Party is the party of inclusion and we believe in expanding access and economic opportunity for all,” the DNC said.   

At Tuesday’s GOP debate, the RNC required media outlets that wished to use the Internet  to type “StopHillary” as Wi-Fi network’s password.