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Dear Russia: Can You Find Hillary’s 30,000 Missing E-Mails? (Trump taunts humorless Hill)

Posted 07/28/2016 3:01 pm by

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Donald Trump has a message for Russia: find Hillary Clinton’s missing emails.

 

The Republican presidential nominee, holding a Wednesday press conference, said that the 30,000 missing emails from Clinton’s private email server would reveal ‘some beauties’ and made an extraordinary plea for a foreign power to locate them.

 

‘Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing,’ Trump said. ‘I think you’ll be rewarded mightily by our press!’

 

Trump, whom Democrats have accused of having cozy ties with Russian President Vladimir Putin, repeatedly declined to condemn the actions of Russia or any other foreign power of trying to intervene in the a U.S. election.

 

‘No, it gives me no pause,’ the celebrity businessman said. ‘If Russia or China or any of those country gets those emails, I’ve got to be honest with you, I’d love to see them.’

 

Clinton’s campaign has said that Russia hacked computers belonging to the Democratic National Convention and released those emails on the eve of the party’s convention to benefit Trump’s candidacy.

 
 

Trump dismissed the claims, saying it’s not clear who hacked those emails, but the hacking is a sign that foreign countries no longer respect the U.S.

 

 

‘If it’s any foreign country it shows how little respect they have for the United States,’ said Trump, who added that he was ‘not an email person myself because I believe it can be hacked.’

 

Trump has said that he has ‘zero investments’ in Russia and insisted that his company had not received any significant investments from the country.

 

He also has downplayed his affection for Putin and said he would treat the Russian leader ‘firmly,’ though he said he wanted to improve relations with Russia.

 

Trump’s challenge occurred after President Barack Obama identified Russia as almost certainly responsible for hacking the Democratic National Committee.

 

WikiLeaks published on its website last week more than 19,000 internal emails stolen from the DNC earlier this year.

 

The emails showed DNC staffers actively supporting Clinton when they were publicly promising to remain neutral during the primary elections between Clinton and rival candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders.

 

A supporter asks Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump for an autograph following a campaign rally in Toledo, Ohio, Wednesday

A supporter asks Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump for an autograph following a campaign rally in Toledo, Ohio, Wednesday

A supporter asks Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump for an autograph following a campaign rally in Toledo, Ohio

A supporter asks Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump for an autograph following a campaign rally in Toledo, Ohio

The head of the DNC, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, resigned over the disclosures, which disrupted this week’s convention.

Trump cast doubt on whether Russia was behind that hack. He said blaming Russia was deflecting attention from the embarrassing material in the emails.

 

‘Russia has no respect for our country, if it is Russia,’ Trump said. ‘It could be China. It could be someone sitting in his bedroom. It’s probably not Russia. Nobody knows if it’s Russia.’

 

Hacked? Hillary Clinton, who was last seen in a live video message broadcast at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday night, had a secret private server holding her emails 

Hacked? Hillary Clinton, who was last seen in a live video message broadcast at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday night, had a secret private server holding her emails

 

Verdict: 'If it's any foreign country it shows how little respect they have for the United States,' said Trump, who said there was no evidence that it was Russia, the suspicion voiced widely by among others President Obama

Verdict: ‘If it’s any foreign country it shows how little respect they have for the United States,’ said Trump, who said there was no evidence that it was Russia, the suspicion voiced widely by among others President Obama



Plea: Trump, whom Democrats accuse of having cozy ties with Vladimir Putin, repeatedly declined to condemn the actions of Russia or any other foreign power of trying to intervene in the a U.S. election. 'If Russia or China or any of those country gets those emails, I've got to be honest with you, I'd love to see them.'

Plea: Trump, whom Democrats accuse of having cozy ties with Vladimir Putin, repeatedly declined to condemn the actions of Russia or any other foreign power of trying to intervene in the a U.S. election. ‘If Russia or China or any of those country gets those emails, I’ve got to be honest with you, I’d love to see them.’

Obama traditionally avoids commenting on active FBI investigations, but he told NBC News on Tuesday that outside experts have blamed Russia for the leak.

 

Obama also appeared to embrace the notion that President Vladimir Putin might have been responsible because of what he described as Trump’s affinity for Putin.

 

Obama said he was basing his assessment on Trump’s own comments and the fact that Trump has ‘gotten pretty favorable coverage back in Russia.’

 

He added that the U.S. knows that ‘Russians hack our systems — not just government systems, but private systems.’

 

In Moscow on Wednesday, Putin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, said Russia would never interfere in another country’s election.

 

‘What the motives were in terms of the leaks, all that, I can’t say directly,’ Obama said. ‘What I do know is that Donald Trump has repeatedly expressed admiration for Vladimir Putin.’

 

 Candidates have to be loyal to their country and to their country alone, not to reach out to somebody like Putin
Clinton supporter Leon Panetta, former CIA director

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said his organization would not disclose who provided it with the stolen material.

 

WikiLeaks said on Twitter that it timed its publication of the emails – days before the Democratic convention was starting – ‘when our verification, research and formatting process was complete and on a day likely to generate interest.’

 

On Tuesday, Assange said on CNN that ‘a lot more’ material was coming but provided no details.

 

There was a furious response from the Clinton campaign.

 

Leon Panetta, the former CIA director who is endorsing her publicly in a speech at the DNC on Wednesday, questioned Trump’s loyalty to the country.

 

Speaking on CNN he said: ‘No presidential candidate who’s running to be president of the United States ought to be asking a foreign country, particularly Russia, to engage in hacking or intelligence efforts to try to determine what the Democratic candidate may or may not be doing.

 

“This just is beyond my own understanding of the responsibilities that candidates have to be loyal to their country and to their country alone, not to reach out to somebody like Putin and Russia, and try to engage them in an effort to try to, in effect, conduct a conspiracy against another party.’

 

Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook told reporters in Philadelphia: ‘This is a national security issue now.

 

‘The idea that you would have any American calling for a foreign power to commit espionage in the United States for the purposes of somehow changing an election, we’re now in national security space.’

 

 

 

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3 responses to Dear Russia: Can You Find Hillary’s 30,000 Missing E-Mails? (Trump taunts humorless Hill)

  1. Harry July 29th, 2016 at 5:11 am

    Nobody notices or asks WHY the FBI CANNOT FIND THEM?
    THAT should be the target of the outrage.
    Putin is the only World leader standing up for Western European CHRISTIAN Democratic Civilization. Merkel and the TREASONOUS Brussels Politicians have thrown open the GATES of the CITY to GENOCIDAL Refujihadi INVADERS who have been pushed that way by US/NATO actions and Israeli deceit.
    Now he is exposing corruption and deceit in the electoral process for which the People should be GRATEFUL
    — and do not forget , if Russia could hack DNC’s servers what about Hillary’s UNPROTECTED server ???? As for “betraying America” …… The Clintons are documented EXPERTS at that …..
    Jame Comey did more actual damage to America than did Benedict Arnold. How much were you PAID for that TREASON Mr. Comey?

       

  2. El Jefe July 30th, 2016 at 4:03 am

    Trump is in cahoots with Putin? Clinton said Saddam was in cahoots with Bin Laden, which was a lie, and she admits Iraq was a mistake. A mistake thats cost thousands of lives and bankrupt the US, as the Clintons amass millions.

    Now that clinton has dumped the sanders left and pivots back to the neoKristolcons, Daniel McAdams identifies this straussian lie factory for what it is.

    @12:20
    CrossTalk on Trump: Siberian Candidate?
    George Szamuely, Ray McGovern, and Daniel McAdams.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_xw5UYC01Q

       

  3. SouthernAZ August 1st, 2016 at 4:58 pm

    If Hillary’s e-mail had ever been on a .gov server, the claim of this being a ‘national security’ faux pas could be a consideration. HOWEVER, she was so unconcerned about national security that her e-mail traffic was on a private, poorly secured server, so no points there, Dems. Claiming his joke was an invitation for espionage to a foreign .gov is beyond imagination and shows the chutzpah of the liars.

       

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