North Carolina Democratic Senate candidate Deborah Ross called a comment from Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump “dangerous” after Trump suggested Russian hackers should find emails missing from Democrat Hillary Clinton’s private email servers.
North Carolina Democratic Senate candidate Deborah Ross called a comment from Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump “dangerous” after Trump suggested Russian hackers should find emails missing from Democrat Hillary Clinton’s private email servers. Chuck Burton AP
North Carolina Democratic Senate candidate Deborah Ross called a comment from Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump “dangerous” after Trump suggested Russian hackers should find emails missing from Democrat Hillary Clinton’s private email servers. Chuck Burton AP

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