As Democrats seek to hone a new kitchen-table message, one political operative stands to continue his longstanding influence atop Washington’s left-wing political infrastructure: former Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.
A high-powered Democratic lobbying firm has admitted to the Department of Justice that it failed to file legally required disclosures of White House advocacy on behalf of a foreign government, new federal filings show.
Hacked emails contain documents revealing hundreds of donors to the Center for American Progress and Media Matters for America, liberal nonprofits that have resisted efforts to disclose their funders.
Prominent Hillary Clinton supporters privately voiced concerns over her presidential campaign’s direct coordination with a super PAC, but at least one wealthy Clinton donor expressed interest in funding the group precisely because it was pushing the boundaries of campaign finance law, hacked emails show.
Saturday Night Live sent senior staff at the Center for American Progress into a panic after a skit that criticized one of its top donors and a member of its board for their bank’s role in the 2008 housing collapse, hacked emails show.
Hillary Clinton communications director Jennifer Palmieri said Wednesday that she doesn’t recognize the email she is alleged to have sent insulting Catholics.
Catholic groups are upset at the Clinton campaign after hacked emails from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta that were released by WikiLeaks showed top Clinton aides making offensive comments toward Catholics and Catholicism.