The controversial website WikiLeaks has published a second batch of 2,086 hacked emails from Hillary Clinton´s presidential campaign chairman John Podesta. The leak includes 170 attachments and 50,000 messages where many delicate situations are revealed about Clinton during recent and previous political events.
As reported by IBT, this second release comes less than a week after the first one, and it could determine the U.S. presidential elections, considering that some documents are very harmful to Clinton. The first publication started to circulate on social media, and one of the most important email, which was marked as confidential, showed a conversation between former Democratic staffer and political writer Brent Budowsky and Podestra on January 2016, which implied that Bill Clinton´s sex life might destroy his wife's efforts to be president.
WikiLeaks published a very controversial conversation
"I never ask journalists about their sources. I know you would be among them. Both Clinton's would be well advised to advise the people in their orbit to shut the hell up about this. Even if I thought Bill Clinton was a liability I would never in a million years write it, or say it to the media, but I think he is a huge asset and I also think some of the people they pay do not perform a service to them," says an excerpt from one leaked email.
Also, WikiLeaks showed some other emails in which Buduwsky apparently said that Clinton is used to tell lies, and told her to stop the attacks against Bernie Sanders in the primaries, considering that his voters offered great support when she became the Democratic Nominee.
The most harmful email for Hillary Clinton
However, the most harmful email is the one that according to Trunews, allegedly shows her relation with Goldman Sachs, which would allegedly aid the Clinton Foundation.
"They have an interested party (who today just asked for a draft lease - so that is moving quickly) on the table for part of the space so if we want additional space, we need to move quickly," Graham wrote. "Goldman, b/c of their relationship with us, is delaying the drafting of a lease for this interested party until they get a better sense from us but they cannot hold them off too much longer," says in the email Clinton Foundation Chief Operating Officer Laura Graham to a senior aide to Mrs. Clinton, Huma Abedin.
Although it is not known the reliability of these documents, this situation will set the course of the U.S. presidential elections, since Julian Assange promised to publish all its related files before November 8.