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Report says Trump, aides receive email offering hacked DNC documents

Washington [U.S.], December 09 (ANI): A U.S. news network, CNN, has revealed that Donald Trump and his son, Donald Trump Junior, during election campaigning in 2016, received an email offering a decryption key and website address for Democratic National Committee (DNC) documents, hacked by WikiLeaks.

The email, sent by one Mike Erickson, offered the Trump and his aides the link of the hacked documents, and it came two months after the hacked emails from the DNC were released and one month before WikiLeaks began publishing hacked emails from the account of Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.

Congressional investigators, who provided the email to the CNN, said they did not have much information about Erickson.

When Trump Junior was questioned about WikiLeaks email in the House Intelligence Committee on Wednesday, he, according to his attorney, Alan Futerfas, could not remember the email.

"We do not know who Mike Erickson is. We have no idea who he is. We never responded to the email," the CNN quoted Futerfas as saying.

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