WikiLeaks email dump pushes DNC Chair Wasserman Schultz to resign


Debbie Wasserman Schultz is stepping down as the chair of the Democratic National Committee after a WikiLeaks data dump that proved she and other top democrats colluded against Bernie Sanders. For what it’s worth, Sanders has been calling for her resignation for some time, saying “not only because of the prejudice I think [the DNC] showed during the campaign but also because I think we need new leadership.” That suggests the information detailed in the leaks was an open secret amongst Democrats. As for the Democratic National Convention next week, Wasserman Schultz will still open and close the convention. In…

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