The source for this story is very high up in the California Democratic party. If you want to know how high up, this person orchestrated the play that got rid of Bernie (you remember, the day before the California primary, the party declared Hillary the nominee - because she was going to lose to Bernie in California and could not go on campaigning with a stain like that, at least not with any credibility).
My other source is actually in one of the big three cable news networks (Yes, think MSNBC, ABC, CBS, CNN - one of those) and is high up enough to get all of the talking points weeks in advance to direct, distribute and implement them. This source also has direct access to the debates and questions and is very tight with the party. The point is I know that they are credible and in the know - and they confirmed the following:
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