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Clinton Campaign Targeted DWS Nearly a Year Ago

The latest Wikileaks release reveals the Clinton campaign looked to neuter the chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee as far back as December.

Debbie Wasserman Schultz
ABC's KSPR-33 reported Tuesday,  among the options discussed in the hacked campaign documents was forcing the chairwoman, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, out of office after the party's convention.

Other options outlined in a memo by top campaign aide Heather Stone would have kept Florida Congresswoman Wasserman Schultz in place, but in a weakened capacity.

The memo urged "systemic shifts at the DNC leadership level" to help Hillary Clinton win the presidency.

Wikileaks has been releasing thousands of hacked emails from campaign chairman John Podesta.

Wasserman Schultz announced her resignation just before the convention last summer after an earlier Wikileaks hack of party emails showed party officials had favored Clinton over challenger Bernie Sanders. 

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