Democratic National Committee CEO Amy Dacey resigned on Tuesday. | Getty
Democratic National Committee CEO Amy Dacey resigned on Tuesday. | Getty

WASHINGTON (Diya TV) — A trio of top Democratic National Committee heads have left their posts in the wake of last week’s dump of hacked emails to WikiLeaks, the organization announced Tuesday.

Democratic National Committee CEO Amy Dacey resigned Tuesday, according to POLITICO. Dacey is the first senior aide to depart in the wake of the emails, however, her resignation follows that of DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Communications Director Luis Miranda and Chief Financial Officer Brad Marshall are also departing.

Marshall has been heavily scrutinized after a mass hack of DNC emails revealed he had suggested questioning Sen. Bernie Sanders’ religion during his primary wars with Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee for president.

The departures were announced formally by the DNC Tuesday in a memo from new head Donna Brazile.

Other senior aides are expecting the ax to fall on them as well. Brazile also announced a plan for a transition team to prepare for the general election and for a new, permanent DNC chair.

“Tom McMahon, who served as Executive Director under then-Chair Howard Dean, and who led the party’s efforts to develop and operationalize the 50-State Strategy, will lead the transition team,” she wrote.

Brazile, who took over for Wasserman Schultz as interim chair, has been in the office since Monday, charged with the process of rebuilding the organization. Press operations have been largely outsourced to the firm SKDKnickerbocker, longtime consultants for the DNC, according to Democratic officials inside and outside the building.

Dacey’s relationship with Wasserman Schultz had soured long before the emails were revealed, according to POLITICO’s report. It said the chairwoman had cut Dacey out of significant decisions, which led to more turmoil and confusion internally. Regardless, Dacey’s departure now calls into question how day-to-day operations at the DNC will function between now and November’s general election.

Meanwhile, Clinton’s campaign is heavily involved in the committee takeover, POLITICO reports. The nominee’s office moved the entire research department to her Brooklyn headquarters last month, and consolidated all rapid response responsibilities to New York as well. Former SEIU official Brandon Davis has been installed as Clinton’s top official at the DNC.