(FOX 5 NEWS) - Clinton and Gore back together. This time, Hillary is at the top of the ticket and Al irallied for her. The Democratic nominee and former vice president campaigned Tuesday in Florida, a crucial swing state where new polls show her lead is back on the rise.
Riding a wave of momentum, the Clinton campaign is navigating new land mines. WikiLeaks released its third installment of campaign manager John Podesta's hacked emails. The emails released so far showed everything from Clinton's paid speeches to Wall Street. Others also detailed a chilly relationship between the campaign and Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Frustrated with the release, Clinton press secretary Brian Fallon tweeted: "Wouldn't it be good reading to see internal discussions abt trump's taxes? Yes but WikiLeaks isn't targeting Trump. That tells you something."
WikiLeaks responded: "Yes. It tells you that we are an award winning media organization and not 'hackers'. We don't 'target' anything."
Fallon responded: "You are no media organization. You are a propaganda arm of the Russian govt, running interference for their pet candidate, Trump."
WikiLeaks punched back: "False. Spewing lies does not increase your campaign's credibility. Who we are is well documented."