Hacked Clinton campaign chairman: Russians trying to influence election

Wikileaks released a fresh batch of 2,000 emails from John Podesta's inbox Monday. She has earned more than $US22 ($29) million dollars giving speeches since she resigned as US Secretary of State.

The excerpts highlighted by the aide included comments on two front-burner election issues - Wall Street regulation and trade - on which Clinton has been on the defensive at times.

Speaking at an event for investment bank Goldman Sachs and investment management company Black Rock in February 2014, Clinton discussed what she called a growing anxiety and anger in the U.S. Records show the group, Itaú BBA USA Securities, paid her $225,000.

Asked by Tapper if Kaine had any evidence of "a pattern of sexual assault", Kaine replied, "My understanding is that there are stories in some papers today with individuals basically saying that they were subject to exactly the treatment that he describes on the tape". On Friday, the Director of National Intelligence and Department of Homeland Security officially blamed Russian Federation for being behind the hack. During Sunday night's debate, however, Hillary Clinton appeared to confirm that the Wikileaks documents were real.

The FBI did not immediately say if the Russians were behind the alleged hack.

Republican nominee Donald Trump constantly reminds voters of Clinton's stunning reversal on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a deal that she once called the "gold standard" of trade agreements. Clinton has previously declined to release any such transcripts.

Former New York Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani, a top Trump surrogate, said Mrs. Clinton's private speeches would have been the top headline were it not for the firestorm around the Republican presidential nominee's 2005 comments.

As for Sanders himself, Clinton has praised him in public as a candidate who "energized and inspired a generation of young people who care deeply about our country". Records show Clinton was paid $260,000 to address Deutsche Bank in 2014.

She described NY, the U.S.'s "economic center", as "the leading site for contributions for fundraising for candidates on both sides of the aisle.". They also "at least $7.7 million for at least 39 speeches to big banks, including Goldman Sachs and UBS".

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On her campaign website, Clinton outlines her plan to tackle risks in the financial system, including giving regulators more authority, taxing certain types of trading, holding senior managers accountable when their firms suffer major losses, and closing loopholes that allow risky investments with taxpayer money.

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The hacked emails appear to offer insights into the campaign's handling of some of those controversies.

Clinton has publicly opposed TPP since October 2015, when the text of the deal was finalized.

Jim Sensenbrenner says Donald Trump isn't ideal, "but Hillary Clinton is a bet America can not afford to make". But Duffy says he endorsed Trump because of his policies and "four years of Hillary Clinton would be unacceptable". "I think we should release it and let the American people see what the transcript was", Sanders continued.

Clinton has repeatedly insisted that the speeches and donations had no impact on her decisions as senator or secretary of state.

But Clinton's private comments, now public, aren't going away. "It was a hard conversation", Palmieri wrote.

The Obama administration on Friday for the first time squarely blamed Russian President Vladimir Putin's government for a wave of hacking attacks and email leaks, saying in a statement that the goal was "to interfere with the USA election process".

But that might be because the Clinton campaign has had a different scandal to focus on.

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