MOSCOW (Sputnik) — On Tuesday, WikiLeaks made public the third part of the trove of Podesta's emails, which showed Clinton campaign debating the possibility of attacking her Democratic Party opponent Bernie Sanders as a strategy. The third part of emails also confirmed information that Hillary Clinton knew the goverments of Saudi Arabia and Qatar provided financial and logistical support to Daesh terrorists.
The second installment of Podesta's emails, containing discussions on Clinton's campaign strategy, including the viability of her opposing the Keystone XL pipeline was released on Monday.
The extension of an existing pipeline system running through Canada and the United States was eventually rejected by the US government over concerns for the environmental impact.
On October 8, WikiLeaks released the first portion of Podesta's emails containing what the website claimed to be excerpts from the paid speeches Clinton made for the Wall Street in 2013-2014. The emails suggested that Clinton used to support open border markets which she later came to reject.
In July, WikiLeaks published nearly 20,000 hacked emails that apparently showed DNC members discussing ways to undercut Clinton's rival Bernie Sanders in the race for the Democratic nomination.