WikiLeaks late Sunday night released a new trove of emails apparently hacked from the Democratic Party.
The latest leakage shows Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel used personal email accounts and a personal email domain to communicate with government officials and political figures, according to a published report based on hacked emails posted by WikiLeaks.
The other person under the strike of the DNC, Hillary Clinton's daughter Chelsea allegedly used resources from the Clinton Foundation for her wedding, a new dump of Wikileaks emails appear to reveal.
As it was reported earlier, the release of more than 8,000 emails came after WikiLeaks has, on a daily basis over four weeks, released more than 50,000 emails stolen from the private email account of Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, John Podesta.
The emails from the Democratic National Committee were the first to have surfaced in some time, but not the first time stolen DNC email communications had the potential to disrupt the election. In July, just before the Democratic National Convention kicked off, WikiLeaks posted roughly 20,000 emails from the DNC that showed favor for Clinton and distaste for her primary opponent, Bernie Sanders, within the DNC, bolstering his supporters' claims the DNC worked against his candidacy.
#DNCLeak2, WikiLeaks reported email publication servers under a targeted DoS attack.