The chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee on Tuesday urged GOP presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpGOP congressman slams Trump over report that U.S. bombed former anti-ISIS coalition headquarters US to restore 'targeted assistance' to Central American countries after migration deal Trump says lawmakers should censure Schiff MORE to keep talking, saying the outspoken billionaire's comments are a godsend heading into the 2016 election.


“I’m happy to have Donald Trump just be talking and demonstrate that because he’s right at the top, or at least No. 2, it shows you where the Republican Party is today,” Rep. Debbie Wasserman SchultzDeborah (Debbie) Wasserman SchultzDeLauro enters race to succeed Lowey as Appropriations chief Democrats walk tightrope in fight over Trump wall funds Parkland father: Twitter did not suspend users who harassed me using name of daughter's killer MORE (D-Fla.) told host Thomas Roberts on “MSNBC Live.”

Wasserman Schultz said Trump has "repeatedly shown Americans throughout his campaign" what he stands for. 

“He should just keep talking,” Wasserman Schultz added. "It helps us eventually elect a Democratic nominee as the 45th president.”

Wasserman Schultz then argued that Trump’s comments are typical of GOP candidates struggling to connect with immigrants, minorities and women.

“His misogynistic comments are obviously offensive,” she said of Trump. “Quite frankly, it is representative of what the entire Republican Party stands for."

“If you look down deep at the underbelly of the Republican Party positions on issues that are important to women [and] their opposition to comprehensive immigration reform, it really doesn’t need more comment,” the DNC chairwoman added. "They speak for themselves.”

Trump trashed Wasserman Schultz during an interview Monday morning.

“You have this crazy Wasserman Schultz — Deborah Wasserman Schultz — who is in there, a highly neurotic woman,” he said on Sirius XM’s “Breitbart News Daily.”

“This is a woman that is a terrible person,” Trump added. "I watch her on television. She’s a terrible person.”

Wasserman Schultz countered Tuesday that Trump is merely the latest in a long line of failed GOP White House hopefuls.

“There’s a reason that the Democratic nominee for president has won five out of the last six presidential elections,” she said.

“That’s because when American voters are presented with the contrast and differences that they have, they’ve clearly chosen Democratic priorities, and with good reason.”