The steady drip of stolen information on Hillary Clinton being released by WikiLeaks continued on Saturday, this time showing emails that purport to show transcripts of the remarks Clinton delivered to audiences of Goldman Sachs employees in 2013.
The emails have not been authenticated by NBC News. The transcripts purport to show speeches given in Tucson, Arizona, Bluffton, South Carolina and New York City. The speeches were given after Clinton's tenure as Secretary of State ended.
Clinton's speeches to Wall Street groups have been a source of considerable controversy throughout the 2016 campaign, particularly during the Democratic primary, when her challenger Sen. Bernie Sanders repeatedly calling on the former Secretary of State to release the transcripts and she refused.
WikiLeaks has not said where it got the emails. The Clinton campaign and the U.S. Intelligence officials have blamed the Russian government for a series of cyber attacks on Democratic Party institutions.
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Clinton campaign spokesman Glen Caplin on Saturday accused Donald Trump of "cheering on a Russian attempt to influence our election through a crime reminiscent reminiscent of Watergate but on a more massive scale" and said "We're witnessing another effort to steal private campaign documents in order to influence an election."
Here are some of the highlights from this latest round of emails alleged to have been stolen from her close adviser and campaign chairman John Podesta's emails: