The New York Times and the Washington Post, two of the nation's biggest newspapers, have not published any stories on an email made public this week showing Hillary Clinton's campaign chair referring to "needy Latinos."

The August 2015 email, made public Wednesday by the hacking group WikiLeaks, purports to show John Podesta advising Clinton to call two high-profile Democratic Party members described as "needy Latinos" to win their support. The subject line of the email was, "Needy Latinos and 1 easy call."

The email named former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and former Transportation and Energy Secretary Federico Pena, who served under former President Clinton, as the two Clinton should call.

The exchange was included in thousands of emails from Podesta's inbox published by WikiLeaks. The website has published 7,199 messages from Podesta since Friday.

ABC News, CBS News and MSNBC, along with Fox News have all covered that specific email mentioning the "needy Latinos." But neither the Times nor the Post have mentioned the phrase in their coverage of the Podesta hack.

No one from the Clinton campaign has disputed the veracity of the emails.