DNC


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DNC

abbr.
1. Democratic National Committee
2. Democratic National Convention
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As a direct result of WikiLeaks publishing nearly 20,000 DNC e-mails,
Brazile took over as interim chairwoman of the DNC in the summer of 2016 after Debbie Wasserman Schultz was swept out by a torrent of leaked emails showing that the party organization was hostile to Sanders.
During a wide-ranging discussion, Longabaugh said that the agreement between the Clinton campaign and the DNC was no run-of-the-mill pact, but instead an unprecedented deal that was never offered to the Sanders campaign.
I had tried to search out any other evidence of internal corruption that would show that the DNC was rigging the system to throw the primary to Hillary, but I could not find any," she wrote, saying she had undertaken the review in response to concerns from Clinton's insurgent primary opponent, Sen.
Elias and his law firm, Perkins Coie, retained the firm in April 2016 on behalf of the Clinton campaign and the DNC.
The Forensicator also found that the files were most likely copied to a USB drive by someone on the East Coast of the US, who had physical access to a computer connected to the DNC network.
DeepMind is hoping that DNC will enable even further breakthroughs in AI research.
In a separate statement, interim DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile said the Victory Leaders Councils are "one more way that Democrats are investing in all 50 states.
In an interview with Netherlands TV, Assange implied that Rich was a Wikileaks source within the DNC, though when asked to clarify, he asserted that he and his organization do not comment on possible sources.
And now they're trying to put together a class action suit that charges the DNC with colluding with the Clinton camp.
The order was secured based on recognition of the technical capabilities and expertise possessed by both DNC and Hitachi.