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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Chief of staff, Clinton accused Russia of leaking to WikiLeaks

The head of the election headquarters of Hillary Clinton, John Podesta commented on the publication by WikiLeaks of confidential correspondence. In the leaked documents, he accused Russia, saying that was “hacked” by the Russians.

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John Podesta.

Campaign Manager Hillary Clinton John Podesta responded on his Twitter on the publication by WikiLeaks 2050 documents from his confidential correspondence.

Read the story: WikiLeaks has published the correspondence of the head of the election headquarters Clinton

Podesta said that was hacked by Russians who are trying to give an advantage in the election Donald Trump. Chief of staff, Clinton added that is not happy with this circumstance. However, he was to confirm or deny the accuracy of the published documents, saying that he didn’t have time to check it out. The only thing that he denied, so is this Julian Assange that he is part owner of Podesta Group.

2. ...I’m not happy about being hacked by the Russians in their quest to throw the election to Donald Trump.

— John Podesta (@johnpodesta) 7 Oct 2016

Yesterday the Ministry of homeland security and the dni’s office is putting accused Russia of intentionally breaching of the mail servers of American citizens and political organisations to interfere in the electoral process in the country. This required the reaction of the Kremlin. Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov, making comments on these charges, said: “This is again what nonsense!”. However, he noted that hacker attacks occur every day on the website of the President of Russia. “Many attacks are traced from the United States,” – said Peskov.


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