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WikiLeaks releases second batch of 2,086 hacked emails from Clinton campaign chairman

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WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange has promised more leaked files will be released before 8 November election

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Whistleblowing outfit WikiLeaks has delivered on its promise to release more emails reportedly hacked from the personal email account of John Podesta, the chairman of the presidential election campaign of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

The second release, which consists of 2,086 emails in total, comes less than a week after the initial release of emails, which was made up of 2,060 messages and 170 attachments.

"Additional publications will proceed throughout the election period," it tweeted.

One of the key emails – marked as confidential – references a conversation that raises the possibility that Bill Clinton's "sex life" could be "damaging" to Hillary's election efforts.

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