The website WikiLeaks released two email addresses and several letters of U.S. President Barack Obama in the next publication of the letters received after breaking the box’s closest ally, Hillary Clinton, John Podestà.
The organization promises that this is only the first part of the e-mails of the President. “WikiLeaks publishes the first part of the e-mails of U.S. President Barack Obama sent a secret address,” the statement reads WikiLeaks.
As recalled by TASS, during the exchange of these letters with Obama, Podesta was one of three leaders of the “transitional” teams elected American leader – along with Valerie Jarrett and Pete Routh. The portal spread 7 emails from the correspondence Podestà. Six of them to Obama, including three dated November 4, 2008 – the day Obama was elected President of the United States.
The website announced two email addresses, which Obama apparently no longer enjoys: Podesta sent their message to addresses firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. From the correspondence it is unclear who is responsible Podesta first’. The second, apparently, writes Obama himself, who promises to “make the decision tomorrow.” We are talking about appointments to the team, which should make things from the previous administration in case Obama wins re-election.
Among the topics discussed in the correspondence – should Obama be present at the meeting “big twenty” on November 15, 2008, if elected President of the United States. Podesta recommends not to attend the summit, and in the end it happened: US crisis was represented by outgoing President George W. Bush.
The website Wikileaks gained access since October 8 published thousands of e-mails John Podestà – the head of the election headquarters of Hillary Clinton, the candidate for US presidents from Democratic party, member of which is also Obama. During the debate on the eve of Clinton once again accused of hacking into the associated with the Russian leadership hackers.
The United States presidential election will be held November 8, 2016. Rival Clinton, the billionaire Republican Donald trump.