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Wikileaks: Clinton’s mole in CNN leaked Town hall debate question in advance

Democratic National Committee (DNC) member Donna Brazile told the Clinton campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri that "from time to time I get the questions in advance."

CNN former staff, Donna Brazile, now head of DNC, passed over debate questions to Clinton campaign in advance from CNN, says the whistle blower Julian Asssange’s Wikileaks.

The revelation has come as a major blow for the Hillary camp, now rejoicing in the latest release of sex tapes of Donald Trump.

Here is a twitter from Wikileaks on the involvement of Hillary campaign:

Wikileaks alleged that Hillary Clinton campaign secretly received a question on death penalty from the CNN ahead of the her face -off on March 13 at the Town hall.

The Wikileaks cable clearly shows that Democratic National Committee (DNC) member Donna Brazile told the Clinton campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri that “from time to time I get the questions in advance.”
Brazile was holding the post of DNC vice chair and also worked as CNN political commentator during that time.
However, CNN has denied the accusation, saying that “We have never, ever given a town hall question to anyone beforehand,” one of its spokesperson said.

Martin who was the host at the programme, didn’t say that he has given the questions to her.

He told CNN that, “my questions were shared with my executive producer and several members of my TV One team.”

Brazile told CNN on Tuesday, she is not looking at any of the hacked emails published by the Wikileaks. “This is exactly what the Russians intended to do. And they’re doing it,” she told.

Brazile reiterated her claim that “I had no access to any questions” during the DNC debates or even the proceedings at town hall.

Media experts say a propagandist like her with political affiliations, should not have been given space at the crucial debate hour in the town hall.

“That sequence suggests that Brazile may have been forwarding the question for her own purposes — that is, to be prepared for some panel discussion about the death penalty. If so, it shows just how faithfully a CNN contributor seeks to toe the Clinton line,” observed Erik Wemple in Washington Post, published on Tuesday.

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