Clinton said she told every candidate that they would get their emails hacked, referring to her campaign manager John Podesta who fell for a phishing attempt to get access to his private Gmail address.
“If you have not had your personal and campaign emails hacked, they will be,” she warned, adding that the information would be “stolen and weaponized against you in the most pernicious ways.”
She demanded the press and the public immediately discredit weaponized hacked information in future elections.
Clinton also warned of “phony false online news stories” that migrated to the “so-called mainstream media.”
She also brought up a case where Russians had accessed two online voting systems in Florida, as evidence that foreign powers could directly change voting tallies in the state.