Let's give some thought to a journalistic quandary: How should news organization handle the leak of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta's hacked emails?
Under normal circumstances there would be nothing much to think about. Once they're out, they're out. You trawl through them and print anything that seems newsworthy. Neat and simple.
But consider the circumstances here.
A new batch of emails released by Wikileaks from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta confirmed what many suspected about the Democratic Party debates. The post Leaked Email Proves DNC Rigged Primary Debates appeared first on Shad...
The most recent Wikileaks release consists of apparent hacked emails from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.
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Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta addressed his hacked emails on Tuesday by suggesting that WikiLeaks is collaborating with Donald Trump in order to damage Hillary Clinton.