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>> Hillary Clinton on Sunday pointing the finger at Moscow, saying Russian intelligence services broke into Democratic Party computers and questioning rival Donald Trump's relations with the Kremlin. Appearing on Fox News Sunday, Clinton said, quote, we know that Russian intelligence services hacked into the DNC and we know that they arranged for a lot of those emails to be released.
And we know that Donald Trump has shown a very troubling willingness to back up Putin, to support Putin.>> I will tell you this->> When asked if she believed Russian President Vladimir Putin wanted Trump to win the White House, Clinton said she was not going to jump to that conclusion.
But that the facts raise, quote, serious issues about Russian interference in our elections. The former Secretary of State adding that Trump's praise of Putin during the hacking incidents, raises national security issues. The US has not publicly blamed Russia, but cybersecurity experts believe Russia engineered both the hack and the release of more than 19,000 emails by WikiLeaks days before the Democratic National Convention.
Those emails seemingly showing the DNC favoring Clinton over her former rival Bernie Sanders. On Friday, Reuters reported a computer network used by Clinton's campaign was hacked as part of the broader attack on Democratic Party servers. The Clinton team said an analytics program maintained by the DNC and used by the campaign was accessed as part of the DNC hack.
But not the campaign's internal systems. Russia has also been implicated in the hack at the party's fundraising arm for House of Representative candidates.