Wikileaks: Clinton Campaign Emails Released

Wikileaks: Clinton Campaign Emails Released

The Clinton Campaign is now under fire in what is becoming a very ugly political season as Trump and Clinton go head to head with one another in attempting to slander and malign one another in hopes of winning the affections of the American people. 

This time though the perpetrator behind this leak of information from within the Clinton Campaign is the notorious news leaking website, Wikileaks founded and operated by Julian Assange.

Last week the site released transcripts of Clinton's paid speeches at high power Wall Street financial firms including Goldman Sachs exposing deeper ties to Wall Street and pro-open-trade.

The speeches, according to BBC provide further evidence that Clinton may be operating as suspected to support the interests of supporters and those backing her.

BBC reports,

"They provide yet more evidence that Mrs Clinton is pro-open-trade and sympathetic to Wall Street interests, despite her protestations otherwise. They also reveal a decidedly middle-of-the-road, pragmatic political attitude that won't sit well with the populist wing of her own party."

According to reports Clinton was compensated roughly $26 million for these speeches.

This week a series of emails have come out revealing the religious prejudice of Clinton Campaign aids and details of Campaign Chairman John Podesta which has sparked a bit of outrage amongst Catholic and Evangelicals.

The Clinton Campaign suggests that this hack has come from Russian activists seeking to sway the election in favor of Trump.

According to ABC news, nearly 2,000 email messages were dumped today and more than 7,000 in total by Wikileaks. 

 

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