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    Rich Davis of Dixon/Davis Media Group, which produces political ads for US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, called her then rival in the Democratic Party presidential nomination Bernie Sanders' campaign "sneaky revolutionaries," emails released by WikiLeaks showed on Friday.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The information was revealed in a new batch of emails of Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta published by the whistleblowing website.

    "Dixon and I want to move forward with a revised script, record it, and have the response spot ready by tonight as planned – only because we do not trust that today’s Sanders spot is the last one we may see before the weekend. Those sneaky revolutionaries still have a direct-contrast spot sitting in their quiver somewhere – and we need to be ready if today’s milder spot turns out to have been a decoy," Rich wrote in an email addressed to Clinton team on January 28, 2016.

    WikiLeaks published the first batch of Podesta's emails on October 8.

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