Clinton campaign manager pushed about DNC rigging primary for Hillary finally makes admission

Hillary Clinton‘s campaign is refusing to condemn the actions of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) after a number of email leaks exposed that they helped rig the primary against then-rival Bernie Sanders.

Clinton’s campaign manager, Robby Mook, told the MSNBC “Morning Joe” hosts he would not be commenting on the DNC email scandal, claiming that it’s a fact that Russian hackers broke into the server. 

“I’m not going to – the DNC has to comment on what the DNC is doing,” Mook said.

“I think what’s surprising in this situation is that, first of all, the Russians hacked and released that information for the purpose of embarrassing our campaign,” Mook continued, as he tried to focus on GOP nominee Donald Trump.

“There are certain staff that send certain emails that were totally inappropriate and it is completely inappropriate for the DNC to be targeting a Democratic candidate for any particular purpose,” Mook said when pressed again on the issue.
“That piece was surprising and it was inappropriate,” Mook said.

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