Hackers, including Wikileaks, have released documents that purport to shown top journalists for the major networks were attending parties given by Clinton’s chief campaign strategist Joel Benenson and her campaign manager John Podesta.
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Politico’s chief political correspondent Glenn Thrush is so committed that he actually submitted his work for the Clinton campaign to approve before he published it.
The reporters who attended dinner at Benenson’s house in April 2015 reads like a who’s who of top national media figures, according to “The Intercept” who were given the documents by a hacker in early October.
More recently another list was released straight from Wikileaks that showed an RSVP list of journalists who went to Podesta’s home for a dinner in April 2015.
Not surprisingly there were no Fox News personalities listed in either document.
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