The leaked communications reveal how various outlets in the mainstream media coordinate with the Clinton campaign to tackle issues facing their chosen candidate.
In the following examples, these political insiders documented their "work" with the mainstream media on issues ranging from the Clinton's shady financials to past sex scandals.
After the public learned of his $75,000 contributions to the Clinton Foundation, Stephanopoulos apologized for his conflict of interest during the Schweizer interview.
“Great work everyone,” Jesse Ferguson, the campaign’s deputy national press secretary, wrote in an April 26, 2015 email to other Clinton officials.
“This interview is perfect. he lands nothing and everything is refuted (mostly based on our work).”
Other Clinton staff in celebration of the "beautiful" interview.
“This is therapeutic to watch,” Clinton’s traveling press secretary, Nick Merrill said.
“George is cool as a cucumber, doesn’t rush into it, but just destroys him slowly but surely over the course of the interview, culminating when he asks him about A/S Fernandez confirming that HRC had absolutely nothing to do with the Uranium 1 deal.”
As they celebrated their "work," the Clinton insiders also recorded how the shaped the media's coverage of the damaging information in Clinton Cash through reaching out to in journalists from outlets like ABC or NYT.
Fallon describes how he coordinated with The New York Times on their coverage of Clinton Cash, a book about corruption in the Clinton Foundation.
“Separately, this afternoon, Amy Chozick from the NYT called us to indicate she had obtained a copy of the book on her own and intends to file a separate story tomorrow. Her story will not unpack all of the book's claims -- she will leave that to Jo,” Fallon said.
“Amy is seeking a response from us on what our approach is to the looming publication of the book and the apparently well coordinated rollout. We have drafted the below response, and wanted you all to see it and provide feedback before we sent it off,” Hillary's press secretary continued.
Brian Fallon explained how Amy Chozick, a writer for NYT, awaited "a response" from the Clintons before reporting on the controversial book.
In March, Jennifer Palmieri, the campaign's communications director, complained how she was “having a hard time” finding a copy of Clinton Cash and it “would be big” if someone could grab her one.
Podesta and Robby Mook, Hillary's campaign manager, decide David Brock can fetch them a copy of the book.
“That would be big - we are having a hard time finding it,” Palmieri wrote.
"Feels like what Brock is good at." Podesta
"Oh that's a great idea." Mook responded.
"Marc, can we communicate with Brock about getting a copy of this Clinton Cash book? We need it urgently if possible," Mook said.
Brock controls over a dozen pro-Clinton groups, such as Media Matters or Correct The Record.
Correct The Record has gained notoriety during the 2016 elections for brigading social media sites and fabricating controversies around "Bernie Bros" and the "alt-right."
In addition to marshaling an army of online shills, Brock controls over a dozen pro-Clinton organizations, such as Media Matters.
For those reasons, Podesta even weighs Brock as a separate line of attack in their efforts to refute the book.
"Shouldn't we attack the book or get Brock to attack the book as a Murdoch special," Podesta said.
As chairman of the Clinton campaign, Podesta appears to be illegally coordinating with Brock, the leader of various Clinton super-PACs.
On January 10, 2016, Podesta received an email from blogger Brent Budowsky discussing the liability of Bill to Hillary's campaign.
The message also demonstrates how these information networks directly feed into the Clinton machine.
“Even if I thought Bill Clinton was a liability I would never in a million years write it, or say it to the media, but I think he is a huge asset and I also think some of the people they pay do not perform a service to them.”
The email shows how different factions within the Clinton camp disagreed on how to handle Bill Clinton's past.
It also reveals the culture behind the media's blackout on all stories regarding Bill's sex scandals.
As Budowsky noted, "sources" like himself would "never in a million years write it, or say it to the media."
With public faith in the press at an all time low, it's amazing how these new leaks reveal even greater depths to the political corruption rampant within the media corporations.