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AP FACT CHECK: Clinton and Trump on possible Russian hacking

After the DNC hack in July and initial reports linking Moscow, Trump suggested that Russia should focus on getting deleted messages from the private email server Clinton used as secretary of state. [...] Trump's refusal to point the finger at Moscow is at odds with the prevailing position of the U.S. intelligence community and in line with the flattering comments he's made about Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin, throughout the campaign.
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