A hacker has leaked a trove of documents purportedly stolen from the Democratic National Committee, including a 200-page opposition research book detailing aspects of the party's battle plan against Donald Trump, NBC News reported.
The dossier is mostly filled with previously reported-on public comments and biographical information about the presumptive GOP presidential nominee. But it also provides insights into where Democrats may view Trump most vulnerable, including the possibility of reviving his ex-wife's rape allegation.
The DNC confirmed Tuesday that its computer networks had been breached by hackers apparently working for the Russian government; the DNC did not respond to a request for comment. The Republican National Committee has also declined to state if it was targeted.