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Published: Thu, October 20, 2016
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Marco Rubio Warns GOP On WikiLeaks: 'Tomorrow, It Could Be Us'

Marco Rubio Warns GOP On WikiLeaks: 'Tomorrow, It Could Be Us'

Rubio, a member of the Senate Intelligence and Foreign Relations committees, added: "I want to warn my fellow Republicans who may want to capitalize politically on these leaks: Today it is the Democrats".

Rubio said the emails hacked from the account of Clinton's campaign chair are an attempt by foreign government to interfere in the United States political process. And at a Colorado rally on Tuesday he referred to the insight they provided as "unbelievable". "Tomorrow it could be us".

Just hours before she is to take the debate stage for a final time against Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton has chosen to align herself against another enemy: the entirety of Russian Federation. "It's an extension. And without that she would be nowhere".

The Director of National Intelligence and the Homeland Security Secretary have blamed earlier hacks of the Democratic National Committee and other political organizations on the Russian government, calling it an attempt to influence the USA election.

Rubio also said that he would "not discuss any issue that has become public exclusively on the basis of WikiLeaks" during this campaign cycle.

While countless media outlets and elected officials alike have combed through the treasure trove of leaked correspondences - which have revealed everything from the transcripts of Clinton's private lucrative speeches to the business sector to evidence of presumed collusion between the campaign and the media - Rubio is today warning his colleagues to keep their distance. Clinton's team has blamed Russian Federation for the email hack.

ABC News has not verified the authenticity of the alleged emails released by WikiLeaks.

The post 'I Won't Talk About WikiLeaks, and Neither Should Donald Trump', Marco Rubio Warns Republicans appeared first on SIGNAL. The FBI says it is investigating.

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