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It appears that the final nail is in the coffin for outgoing Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

First, the embattled Florida Congresswoman was booed off stage by members of her own state's delegation during a breakfast meeting in Philadelphia:

Then, the FBI announced that it would be pursuing its own investigation into the email leak.

Now it appears that Wasserman Schultz will no longer be serving as chair of the Democratic National Convention when it opens in Philadelphia Monday afternoon, the latest aftershock following the leak of nearly 20,000 DNC emails by Wikileaks on Friday suggesting that the party worked to influence the primary in favor of Hillary Clinton.

She told Palm Beach Sun-Sentinel's Anthony Man that:

"I have decided that in the interest of making sure that we can start the Democratic convention on a high note that I am not going to gavel in the convention.

I stepped down the other day because I wanted to make sure that having brought us to this momentous day and to Philadelphia and planned the convention that is going to be the best one that we've ever had in our party's history that this needs to be all about making sure that everyone knows that Hillary Clinton would make the best president."

But it gets even worse for Wasserman Schultz:

Wasserman Schultz first announced her resignation as party chair on Sunday. It was later confirmed that she'll be working for the Clinton campaign as an honorary chairwoman after she officially steps down at the end of the week.

This is a breaking news story and will be updated as we learn more. Stay tuned to IJR.com for the latest developments.

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