The Republican National Committee sent out an email with a fake schedule for the Democratic National Committee's fall meeting highlighting what it says are issues with their political opponents that have prevented them from winning elections.
The email, sent Tuesday afternoon, includes a list of made-up panels occurring during the DNC's fall gathering, which is being held in Las Vegas this week.
Panels include "Should She Stay or Should She Go Now?," a nod to calls from Democratic lawmakers for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to step down, described as a "roundtable discussion of the future of Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi moderated by Rep. Linda Sanchez," and "The Menendez Mess," which the RNC says explains "how to keep a convicted felon in the United States Senate." The fake event is a reference to Sen. Bob Menendez, D-N.J., who is currently on trial and is accused of accepting bribes for political favors.
Other panels cooked up by the RNC are "Weinstein Shopping Spree," during which attendees will discuss "how to spend the $300,000 in money we won't return from Harvey Weinstein," and "Ok, but really … ‘What Happened?,'" which is described as a "continuing conversation about who to blame for Hillary Clinton's loss."
It was revealed last week Weinstein, a Hollywood film producer and major Democratic donor, had been accused of sexual assault and harassment by former employees and actresses over the last 30 years.
Several Democrats said they would return money Weinstein donated to them or make contributions to women's organizations, and the Democratic National Committee said it would give away $30,000 it received in contributions from the producer, a fraction of the $300,000 Weinstein donated to the party over the years.
Clinton, meanwhile, said she would include campaign contributions she received from Weinstein in her annual giving to charities.
The 2016 Democratic presidential nominee is currently in the midst of a book tour promoting her new memoir, "What Happened," on the 2016 campaign, during which she has spread the blame for her loss to Donald Trump.