Jul 26, 2016 09:57 AM EDT
DNC Emails Leaked Online: Hacked Documents Reveal Ariana Grande Was Banned From Performing At The White House; Find Out Why [VIDEO]
There are more you need to know about the DNC emails (exchange emails) published on WikiLeaks. In a recent report, Bernie Sanders is not the only target of Debbie Wasserman Schultz, but she also threw shade to the "One Last Time" hitmaker, Ariana Grande.
Grande was considered a high-profile because she performed at the White House last year, according to Perez Hilton. However, the documents published online may create a lot of changes because apparently, the reason why the "Problem" hitmaker won't perform anymore at the White House is because of the "donut-licking" incident.
Her "donut-licking" incident had created melt down in social media. Aside from that, her statement, which meant for a joke, "I hate Americans," is surely disliked by the liberal party. Due to the Grande's controversy, she was effectively banned from performing.
Based on the leaked emails, DNC Finance Chair Zachary Allen asked his peers if Grande can perform again. Sadly, the reply from one of his peers is, "Nope, sorry,"
Due to DNC emails leaked, and after being booed off the stage, DNC chair Schultz resigned from her position, Towle Road. She released a statement informing that she has been proud to serve as the first woman nominated for U.S. president.
On Saturday, July 23, Hillary Clinton's campaign manager Robby Mook said on CNN's "State Of The Union" that Russia wants Clinton's rival Donald Trump to win, so they broke into DNC, stole emails and published the documents on Wikileaks.
Almost 20,000 emails were leaked on online as WikiLeaks published these exchange emails on Friday, July 22, the day when Clinton announced her running mate, Tim Kaine.
The emails revealed the Democratic Party Operations, the discussions of Clinton's chief rival for the presidential nomination, Senator Bernie Sanders, email exchanges between party officials, journalists, and etc., and some details of perks provided to party donors attending the convention, according to The Washinton Post.
WikieLeaks page announced they got the 19,252 emails and 8,034 attachments from the top of the US Democratic National Committee via Twitter. In the introductions of the page, it said the leaked documents came from of "seven key figures" in the DNC, including 10,770 emails from Communications Director Luis Miranda, 3797 emails from National Finance Director Jordon Kaplan, and Finance Chief of Staff Scott Comer.
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