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The Democratic National Committee suspended Sen. Bernie Sanders' (I-VT) presidential campaign from its voter files after a staffer for the campaign improperly accessed Hillary Clinton's voter information, the Washington Post reported on Thursday night.
CNN and the New York Times confirmed that the Sanders campaign was suspended for viewing Clinton's confidential information while a software error made the rival campaign's voter information temporarily available to others.
Jeff Weaver, Sanders' campaign manager, told the Washington Post that a low-level staffer accessed the information. And Michael Briggs, a spokesman for the campaign said that the employee had been fired.
However, Bloomberg Politics reported that the campaign fired its national data director, Josh Uretsky, on Thursday afternoon for viewing Clinton's confidential information. And Uretsky told CNN on Friday morning that he did not intentionally view the voter files of Clinton's campaign.
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