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Donna Brazile: There's Proof Russia 'Probably' Behind DNC Hacks

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By    |   Tuesday, 27 Sep 2016 11:25 AM

Pointing fingers at Russia over recent cyber attacks, Democratic National Committee interim chairwoman Donna Brazile said Tuesday if Donald Trump isn't convinced he should give her a call, according to CNN.

"Call me, Donald Trump. Don't tweet. Call me, boo. Call me," Brazile said on CNN’s "New Day" show.

Brazile, who is confident that Russia is involved in the hackings which led to a chunk of internal documents being leaked online, said she has proof.

"We have brought in the best cyber security team in this country and they have seen this. They know the markers and they've seen it in real time," she said. "We have good sources that have told us: it is foreign and it is possibly Russian."

When questioned, "Possibly or probably," Brazile replied, "Probably."

"But you know, I'm not the security expert. But yes, the DNC was the victim of a cyber security — what I call — intrusion, and guess what? They are still trying to hurt all of us. Not just the DNC, but the entire country by basically trying to dismantle all of our political operations in the country," Brazile added.

Trump, during his first presidential debate Monday night, said it was not clear whether Russia, China or some other country was behind the attack.

"She says, 'Russia, Russia, Russia.' It could be China. You don't know who broke into the DNC," Trump said.

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