Democratic National Committee hacker Guccifer 2.0 gave The Hill another batch of pilfered DNC documents. These are different than the\u00a0files that included information on 11,000 donors given to The Hill last week. At that time, Guccifer claimed the press had been forgetting about him, that WikiLeaks was \u201cplaying for time\u201d and he still had documents to dump.Apparently Guccifer 2.0, or potentially the Russian government pulling the strings behind the \u201creal\u201d hackers, wants to keep the DNC breach and the dirt gleaned from it in the news.Some of the political insights revealed in the latest dump include a document that described the (then upcoming) Iran nuclear framework deal as a \u201cgood deal to protect national security.\u201d It added that \u201cwobbly [D]emocrats want to scratch this thing.\u201dThere were complaints about not being able to move anything in the \u201cmost anti-immigrant\u201d Congress, as well as notes about gun control, \u201cgut[ted] Medicaid\u201d and partisan stalling tactics for the attorney general nomination.Guccifer 2.0 also leaked spreadsheets that\u00a0included personal information, such as names, phone numbers, addresses and email addresses of celebrities, executives and thousands of high-profile donors.One file called \u201cSoCal\u201d had 359 entries. Some of the business figures mentioned by The Hill were \u201cElon Musk; the CEOs of Qualcomm, the Starz Network, Disney and Fox Film; and high-ranking executives at Google, Fox, ABC, Herbalife and Warner Brothers.\u201dRegarding celebrities and other entertainment figures, The Hill name-dropped Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks, Judd Apatow, Jeffrey Katzenberg, David Geffen, Dianne Keaton, Rob Reiner, Norman Lear and Magic Johnson.The file also noted total donations, last donation and which nickname the donor preferred to be called. The Hill wrote:For example, \u201cGore\u201d is used for \u201cPirates of the Caribbean\u201d director Gregor \u201cGore\u201d Verbinski, who donated $10,000, and \u201cJJ\u201d for writer\/director\/producer Jeffery \u201cJJ\u201d Abrams, who donated $33,400.The latest leak has various lists, including one with names, addresses, email addresses and phone numbers for more than 700 \u201cpower\u201d women.The Hill reported that files also included \u201centries for the CEOs of Oracle, the UC Davis Medical Center, 23andMe, J. Crew and Taskrabbit, as well as Stanford\u2019s Dean of Global Health and executives at Intuit, Brightroll, PG&E and CBS.\u201dAlthough Guccifer 2.0 has maintained that he is a hacker from Romania, cybersecurity firm Crowdstrike said two Russian hacking groups, Cozy Bear and Fancy Bear, are actually behind the DNC breach. Fidelis Cybersecurity agreed that the Russian hacking teams are behind the hack.