Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz's role at the party's convention this will be severely limited, though she does appear likely to still gavel in the convention and may speak at some point this week in a brief fashion, according to party sources.
The decision comes out of negotiations among Democratic Party officials, in consultation with the campaign staffs of Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. The talks came in the wake of leaked emails that appear to show top Democratic National Committee aides strategizing about ways to harm Sanders politically in the party primary. The convention begins Monday in Philadelphia.
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