Emails from Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, which were published by WikiLeaks, reveal details on how the campaign decided whether to allow “foreign registered agents” to raise money for them. One email even lists the names of 23 individuals out of more than 350 prospective bundlers considered by the campaign. On
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Hillary Clinton‘s aides haven’t just been secretly trashing their boss, newly leaked emails reveal: According to one exchange unearthed by Wikileaks, Clinton staffers thought presidential daughter Chelsea Clinton was a… READ ON
The organization has published thousands of emails related to Hillary Clinton's campaign, and promised more election-related leaks to come in the weeks to go before the U.S. presidential vote.
Wikileaks is slowly releasing emails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta. The Podesta emails give an inside look into the Clinton campaign and show that Clinton’s presidential strategy has played out exactly as pla...
Here is a remarkable bit from the recently WikiLeaked emails of John Podesta, chairman of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. If it doesn’t quite reveal some nefarious master plan for technoligarch world domination, it at least...