Former Democratic National Committee chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz introduced amendments that would seek to strip Donald Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner of his security clearance.
The former DNC chair and Florida Democrat ran the organization when it got hacked in an intrusion that the intelligence community concluded was orchestrated by the Kremlin. The disclosures that ensued proved embarrassing to Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, and ultimately led to Wasserman Schultz stepping down from her post.
In the aftermath of the election, it was revealed that the DNC turned down offers of assistance form the FBI and the Homeland Security Department.
'Sometime in 2016, I became aware of a hack into systems of the Democratic National Committee,' former Homeland Security Secrtary Jeh Johnson testified in late June.
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