On Friday, WikiLeaks announced that it had obtained nearly 50,000 emails from the personal inbox of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, and leaked more than two thousand of them. The Clinton campaign would not confirm the authenticity of the emails, but a series of Podesta tweets seemed to indicate that his email was compromised.
Wikileaks editor Julian Assange has tweeted that approximately 1% of the emails have been released assuring his audience that they will leak throughout the election cycle.
We have published 1% of the #PodestaEmails so far. Additional publications will proceed throughout the election period.
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) October 8, 2016
One month is a long time in a general election folks. Anything can happen. #MAGA