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There are a lot of ways to tell if you're having a bad week, but when Cher starts berating you on Twitter, there can be no doubt.

Embattled, recently-dethroned Democratic National Committee head Debbie Wasserman Schultz started off on Sunday by announcing that she was stepping down as DNC chair.

WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 19: Florida Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) speaks onstage at the Generation Now Inaugural Youth Ball hosted by OurTime.org on January 19, 2013 in Washington, United States. (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images for OurTime.org)
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The announcement came after Friday's damning Wikileaks email dump, which many interpreted as having exposed clear, organized bias against Bernie Sanders within the DNC power structure.

Then, Wasserman Schultz was reportedly booed loudly by guests during Monday's breakfast for the Florida delegation in Philadelphia.

As if that weren't enough, the woman who sang both “Do You Believe In Life After Love” and “I Got You, Babe” added insult to injury with a series of tweets typed out in Cher's signature all-caps style.

She started off on Sunday by suggesting that Wasserman Schultz “RIP THE BANDAIDE OFF” when it came to doing the right thing after the Wikileaks scandal:

Then, the 70-year-old singer-actress made her meaning clearer, demanding Debbie just step aside:

But there was still more to come on Monday when Cher delivered the real haymaker:

Apparently, Wasserman Schultz's ability to “read the fkng room” is irrelevant to the presumptive nominee, because Hillary Clinton soon after announced that she'd appointed Wasserman Schultz to be the “honorary chair” for the Clinton campaign.

So far, Cher hasn't commented on the decision via Twitter, but it's likely only a matter of time.