Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta personally thanked high-dollar donors to a Democratic Super PAC with which the campaign is legally prohibited from coordinating, according to an internal campaign memo.
Hillary Clinton’s top campaign aide sent a blistering note to billionaire Democratic donor Tom Steyer after he declined to back Clinton in an interview with the New York Times last year, hacked emails reveal.
Hillary Clinton formally backed legislation to relieve Puerto Rico of billions of dollars in debt after a top Clinton fundraiser who lobbies for the Puerto Rican treasury raised the issue with her campaign chair, hacked emails show.
Podesta Group president Tony Podesta emailed his brother, Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, in March 2015. The subject line was “Puerto Rico,” while the body of the email asked, “Can you call me today re PR. Need advice not action.”
Within weeks of John Podesta’s appointment as a top White House energy policy adviser, billionaire Democratic donor Tom Steyer, a board member of the think tank Podesta founded, was helping to steer White House climate policy, hacked documents reveal.
Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta internally promoted warnings that primary rival Bernie Sanders might steer ineligible voters to the polls, and that Barack Obama’s presidential campaign had done the same.
Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign has found ways to coordinate with a deep-pocketed Super PAC despite legal restrictions on its work with third party political groups that can raise unlimited sums from unions and corporations, internal documents reveal.
The Department of Energy is featured prominently in the hit Netflix show Stranger Things, and like many of the show’s fans, the agency is not happy at the fate of one tertiary character.
Talk show host Steve Harvey provided Hillary Clinton’s campaign with the exact questions he would ask of Clinton during a February interview, according to an internal campaign memo sent a week before the interview and obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton took a shot at President Barack Obama’s landmark health care program in private remarks to donors even as she pledged to defend the law, according to audio of her remarks obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
The email containing an audio file that has rocked the Clinton campaign since last week when it was first reported by the Washington Free Beacon was one of thousands to and from a Clinton volunteer posted on a website believed to have ties to the Russian government.