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Trump Asks Russia To 'Find' Clinton’s Missing Emails

By this point in time, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton - and the Democratic Party as a whole - are likely wishing that the technological breakthrough of email communications had never been realized. According to Newsmax, Republican nominee Donald Trump did them a solid today and shifted the heat over to the Republican side of the kitchen in the process.

Trump fielded questions at a news conference this morning, and the topic would quickly shift over to the email leak scandal that has rocked the Democratic National Convention. Accusations have been flying fast and furious over the source of the leak, with many pointing the finger at Russia. Some have even suggested that Trump had a hand in helping Russia secure the emails in the first place, which are charges he referred to as "so far fetched, so ridiculous."

Never to be confused with someone that’s content to leave well enough alone, Trump kicked up the rhetoric a bit.

"I will tell you this, Russia, if you're listening I hope you're able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing. I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press," he said.

Trump was quickly vilified for his statements, and the ongoing conversation about the email leak has now shifted to the appropriateness of such remarks from a presidential candidate. No word on whether the Democratic Party has plans in the works to send him a ‘thank you’ gift basket.

Source: Newsmax
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