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On Sunday, WikiLeaks released more purported emails stolen from Hillary Clinton campaign chair John Podesta.

Peter Schweizer, author of "Clinton Cash," says that these emails further reinforce what he's been saying for a long time: Clinton Foundation donors expected a quid pro quo from Hillary Clinton's State Department in exchange for their gifts. 

"Everything we assumed or thought was the case a year-and-a-half ago has been now confirmed in these emails," Schweizer said on Fox and Friends this morning.

Schweizer said he was surprised that he, his book and the Clintons' "money problem" were mentioned so many times in the leaked emails.

"It shows that they’re concerned most of all about this issue," he explained. "There’s all kinds of questions about both candidates, but I think when it comes to Hillary Clinton, their obsessive concern is precisely what 'Clinton Cash' is about, which is the flow of money and the flow of foreign money."

Schweizer added that he took "personal satisfaction" from an email from one of Clinton's aides, saying that they discussed "Clinton Cash" with the Democratic nominee and "the conversation did not go well."

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