(Politico) Bernie Sanders' campaign on Friday sued the Democratic National Committee for suspending its access to the national voter database, saying the move threatens to undermine the Vermont senator's presidential run.
Even as the campaign admitted its staffers had inappropriately reviewed and saved Hillary Clinton campaign data made available as a result of a software error, it emphatically accused the DNC of sabotage and of blatantly favoring Clinton.
"The leadership of the Democratic National Committee is now actively attempting to undermine our campaign. This is unacceptable," Sanders' campaign manager Jeff Weaver said on the eve of the third Democratic debate.
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