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    WikiLeaks Releases 20th Batch of Clinton Campaign Chair Podesta's Leaked Emails

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    WikiLeaks uploaded the 20th batch of emails of the US Democratic Party presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta, on its website on Thursday.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Following the latest release, the total number of leaked emails reached 34,197.

    WikiLeaks published the first batch of emails on October 8.

    On October 20, the whistleblowing website published a bunch of letters sent to or by Barack Obama before he became US president.

    The 19th batch of leaked emails revealed that US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager Robby Mook called Mayor of New York City Bill de Blasio "a terrorist" over his tweet expressing support for Clinton's rival in the Democratic Party presidential nomination Bernie Sanders.

    The previously published emails gave insight into the early stages of mapping out Clinton's presidential campaign strategy. The letters revealed, for example, that Clinton reversed her position on free trade agreements from enthusiastic support to strong opposition, as trade deals appeared to be a hot-button issue for many voters and one of the main talking points for Clinton's Democratic Party rival Senator Bernie Sanders and Republican candidate Donald Trump.

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