Memo reveals details of deal between Hillary's campaign and the DNC that 'allowed her input on party finances and staff hiring prior to her winning Democratic nomination' | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Memo reveals details of deal between Hillary's campaign and the DNC that 'allowed her input on party finances and staff hiring prior to her winning Democratic nomination'

Details of a deal Hillary Clinton made with the Democratic National Committee back in 2015 have emerged after it was claimed she was allowed input on party finances and staffing prior to her winning the nomination for president.

A memo was signed by Clinton's campaign and the DNC in August 2015 that established she would get some input in exchange for her financial support of the committee to help them repay a $24 million debt, NBC reports.

The details of the memo emerged after former DNC interim chair Donna Brazile made explosive claims in her upcoming book that Clinton had siphoned money out of the party and effectively took it over months before she captured her party's nomination.

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