People claiming to have hacked the Democratic National Committee have released what they say is the party's playbook for running against Donald Trump.
The over 200 pages of purported opposition research aimed at the "divisive and dangerous" Trump surfaced just days after Russian hackers breached DNC databases. The "Donald Trump Report" was created on Dec. 19, before Trump even won his first primary.
Gawker obtained the documents. A Romanian hacker named "Gucifer 2.0" claimed credit, saying this was just "one of the many thousands" of documents acquired through hacking the DNC.
The contents include many familiar lines of attack, including Trump's controversial remarks, past failed business deals, "dangerous" political policies and attitudes toward women.