Trump says it's 'far-fetched' to think Russia hacked Democrats to help him

By REUTERS
July 27, 2016 18:51

 
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July 27 (Reuters) - Republican Donald Trump on Wednesday dismissed suggestions that Russia was behind the recent release of sensitive Democratic Party emails, calling it "far-fetched" to say the hack was intended to help his White House bid.

"It is so far-fetched, it's so ridiculous," Trump told reporters on Wednesday, saying he was not convinced Russia was behind the email release. "Honestly, I wish I had that power. I'd love to have that power."


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