WikiLeaks’s latest release features hacked Democratic National Committee voicemails

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These recordings don’t seem to add up to much.

Days after releasing 20,000 hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee, WikiLeaks released new hacked audio recordings of Democratic National Committee voicemails on Wednesday night.

The 29 released recordings include plenty of plainly non-political personal matters. The very first file is a man talking to his daughter about a trip to the zoo.

Another is an angry Hillary Clinton supporter demanding Bernie Sanders be stopped.

WikiLeaks also included the phone numbers of all parties involved.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has promised more leaks to come.

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