Donna Brazile comes clean about Clinton debate scandal

Democratic National Committee Chair Donna Brazile talks with attendees in the crowd before the start of the debate between Democratic U.S. vice presidential nominee Senator Tim Kaine and Republican U.S. vice presidential nominee Governor M

E-mails published by WikiLeaks in October exposed the correspondence where Brazile tipped the Hillary camp about questions before the two Democratic Party showdowns. "But sending those emails was a mistake I will forever regret". She wrote Friday in Time magazine: "I$3 n October, a subsequent release of emails revealed that among the many things I did in my role as a Democratic operative and D.N.C".

The leaks occurred while Brazil was working for the cable news station, which immediately cut ties with her when the scandal broke.

"By stealing all the DNC's emails and then selectively releasing those few, the Russians made it look like I was in the tank for Secretary Clinton".

"When I was asked last July to step in temporarily as D.N.C. Chair", she explained, "I knew things were amiss".

On Friday, Brazile penned an essay for TIME where she talked about the importance of launching an investigation into the Trump administration's apparent connections to Russian Federation. "Not everyone likes her answer but can share it".

"It's not only unseemly, but it's demonic ... and then she continues the narrative that it's all really the Russians fault", Pirro said.

The controversy is significant due to accusations that the Democratic Party colluded with Hillary Clinton, who was considered more likely to win a Presidential run, at the expense of candidate Bernie Sanders, who would not be able to run a national campaign strong enough to defeat Donald Trump.

The night of the debate a similar question was asked of Clinton and her primary opponent Vermont Democratic Sen. What you're - well, for suggestive e-mails were stolen.

However, WikiLeaks e-mails paint a damning picture in which Brazile clearly fields Clinton the questions in advance. Brazile flatly denied all claims that she had leaked the questions, as did TV One host Roland Martin, who critics initially accused of passing the info along to the Clinton campaign.

"One of the questions directed to HRC tomorrow is from a woman with a rash".

On October 14th, CNN accepted Brazile's resignation as a network contributor.

Pirro made the statements about Brazile while blasting other prominent liberals, Fox News reported.

In another email dated March 12, Brazile passed on a question about the death penalty: "From time to time I get the questions in advance".

In her Time essay, however, she said she was remorseful. She says the Russians plan played out exactly as they hoped.

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