On "Fox News Sunday," DNC Chair and Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz deflected questions about a pro-Obama group's ad insinuating that Mitt Romney is indirectly responsible for a woman's death.
"It's not a Democratic ad," she said. "It's a Priorities USA super PAC ad, which we have nothing to do with."
Pressed on whether she denies it's a Democratic group, she responded, "I have no idea the political affiliation of folks who are associated with that super PAC."
Priorities USA is run by Bill Burton, who worked for Obama's 2008 campaign and served as his deputy White House press secretary. Obama's campaign has endorsed the group.
After the RNC flagged her remarks, Wasserman Schultz revised them on Twitter: