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After the damaging cyber attacks on the Democratic national committee, the Democrat's congressional fund raising committee and the Democratic Presidential nominee's campaign itself. Bill and Hilary's Clinton foundation is beefing up cyber security over growing concerns that it's data systems have also been hacked. Reuters' Senior National Security Correspondent, Mark Hosenball, spoke with two sources familiar with the matter.
>> The Clinton foundation, which is the big charity that Bill and Hilary set up after they left the Whitehouse, has also been at least the target of hackers if not successfully hacked. And because of this, they're in the process of hiring or already have hired a computer security consultants to help them improve their security and find out the extent to which they've been hacked.
And the fact is that people in the Democratic party are deeply, deeply, deeply worried about said hacking because it sort of alleged that the foundation was being used by the Clinton's to sort of not only raise money for themselves and do good work in the third world. But also as a place where you can, if you've paid money to them, they would somehow connect you with people in the government who could do you favors.
>> That kind of leaked material could be just what Donald Trump's struggling campaign needs. In an interview published this week by conspiracy website World Net Daily Unofficial Trump advisor Roger Stone said WikiLeaks and its operator, Julian Assange, would release a new set of emails related to the Clinton Foundation that would quote, keep Bill and Hillary from returning to the White House.
So far, no such message or document has surfaced.