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>> WikiLeaks releasing about two dozen voicemail recordings that says were hacked from the Democratic National Committee's servers. The latest batch of files leaked just as President Obama was singing the praises of Hillary Clinton at the party's nominating convention Wednesday night. The timing of the release appears intended to further embarrass the DNC, which was rocked by the publication of some 19000 emails last week that showed party leaders is favoring Clinton over rival Bernie Sanders during the primaries.
But the audio files are innocuous by comparison. This one for example, is from a minor donor, angry over what she saw as Sander's influence on the party.>> I'm on a fixed income, I've spent over 300 dollars donated to Hillary. And what I see is the DNC bending over backwards for Bernie.
>> In other recordings, the same woman complains about Sanders naming political activist and Democratic socialist Cornell West to the party's platform committee. And says the Vermont senator should not be given a speaking spot at the convention. The voice messages unlikely to cause the kind of upheaval that came after the email leak, which resulted in the resignation of DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
But the breach continues to raise questions over who was able to penetrate one of the two major political parties in the US and what their motivations are. WikiLeaks has said it will release more documents throughout the campaign.