Donna Brazile, the veteran Democratic political strategist who parted ways with CNN last year amid WikiLeaks revelations appearing to show that she provided the Hillary Clinton campaign with questions she would be asked in a televised CNN town hall, flatly denied Saturday that she had done so.
Updated Sunday, March 19, 2017, 11:30 a.m. EDT: Donna Brazile, in an exclusive interview with Richard Prince, who pens the Journal-isms blog on The Root, flatly denies ever giving questions to the Hillary Clinton campaign during the 2016 presidential election.
Donna Brazile, interim chairperson of the Democratic National Committee, said that the Obama administration’s retaliatory measures against Russia for hacking Democratic groups are “insufficient,” according to The Hill.
In the wake of Hillary Clinton's stunning loss to Donald Trump, Democratic Party officials held a closed-door meeting Thursday that didn't go as planned.
Donna Brazile is out at CNN amid allegations that she gave Hillary Clinton's campaign questions before a CNN debate and a CNN-TV One town hall.
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