Hillary Clinton and Democratic Party 'colluded' against Sanders


"Hillary Clinton colluded with the Democratic Party in order to beat Crazy Bernie Sanders", Trump wrote.

"Is she allowed to collude? Unfair to Bernie!" Trump tweeted Sunday.

The tweet is an apparent reference to a cache of almost 20,000 hacked Democratic National Committee emails released by WikiLeaks almost one year ago that Sanders' supporters' said bolstered their claims that the party favoured Clinton.

Podesta was a central figure in the election more for his emails that were leaked to WikiLeaks than he was for his managing of Hillary's campaign.

CNN reported the meeting will take place sometime next week.

The fallout from the release of the emails prompted Sanders and his supporters to call for DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida to resign as party chair.

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Hamilton was initially reluctant to discuss the incident post-race but felt his rival should have been given a tougher sanction. With the cars parked in the pit lane Hamilton and Vettel did not converse and the latter was able to take a new front wing.

"Just out: The Obama Administration knew far in advance of November 8th about election meddling by Russian Federation".

Clinton and Sanders, meanwhile, have been focused on bolstering the opposition argument against the GOP health care bill, which will be evaluated by the Congressional Budget Office later this week.

The panel also has set a deadline for Friday to obtain memos from fired FBI Director James Comey about his interactions with Trump, including over Comey's allegations that the President urged him to drop the investigation into his former national security adviser Michael Flynn.

So far, five Republicans have come out in opposition to the current version of the bill, creating major obstacles for getting the legislation passed.

"Well you know, you always want people to voluntarily cooperate, and also we want to, again, not impede what's going on with Bob Mueller's investigation", Swalwell said.