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Trump challenged the Russian intelligence to track mails Clinton

Donald Trump challenged the Russian intelligence on Wednesday to track emails Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, although he denied having ties with Moscow and rejected suggestions that Russia is influencing the campaign for the Republican candidate.

"I have nothing to do with Russia. Russian President Vladimir Putin said a nice thing to me, said I was a genius, but never met him."Trump was responding to accusations that Russia is behind a leak on Friday of thousands of emails that got in trouble the Democratic Party.According to the New York magnate, his only link with Russia occurred when he sold a house for $ 100 million to a Russian in Palm Beach, Florida.Trump also railed against scandal over the use that gave Clinton to emails in the days when he was secretary of state and mentioned the more than 30,000 emails that candidate erased, supposedly because they were personal and were not linked to his work as chief diplomat.

"I'll tell you this, Russia, if you're listening: I hope you are able to find the 30,000 emails that are lost probably will be handsomely rewarded by the press.".Clinton's campaign responded angrily, accusing Trump encourage international espionage."This should it be the first time a major candidate has actively encouraged a foreign power to commit espionage against his political rival," he wrote in a statement Jake Sullivan, a senior adviser to Clinton.

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