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Hillary Speech Excerpts Leaked by Wikileaks

Transcripts of private speeches by Hillary Clinton have been released by the whistle-blowing site Wikileaks and likely originated with Russian hackers working for that country's government. In one of the extracts, Clinton told bankers that they were best-placed to help reform the financial sector. She also said she favoured "open trade and open borders". Clinton's main opponent, Donald Trump, has said he wants to renegotiate key trade deals.
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