President Barack Obama and White House counselor John Podesta in Washington in 2014. Their email exchanges were released by WikiLeaks on Thursday.
President Barack Obama and White House counselor John Podesta in Washington in 2014. Their email exchanges were released by WikiLeaks on Thursday. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP
President Barack Obama and White House counselor John Podesta in Washington in 2014. Their email exchanges were released by WikiLeaks on Thursday. Pablo Martinez Monsivais AP

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