DNC Chair Resigns After Leaked Emails

The Democratic Party's chair is stepping down over claims of political bias threatening party unity as its convention opens in Philadelphia. Debbie Wasserman Schultz is resigning after Wikileaks released emails suggesting DNC staff tried to undermine Bernie Sander during the primaries. Bloomberg's Megan Murphy reports on "Daybreak Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)

DIW's Fratzscher Says Surprise Is How Much CDU Lost
26:41 - Marcel Fratzscher, president and chief executive officer of DIW Berlin, weighs in on the German election exit poll results. He speaks on "Germany Decides." (Source: Bloomberg)
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