Over the weekend, Hillary Clinton's campaign accused Russia of stealing the files and releasing them to WikiLeaks. (Photo: Artem Rosnovsky/flickr/cc)
CNBC: DNC email hack: What the Russian news media are saying
The Russian news media, which often push the agenda of President Vladimir Putin, have said little about the accusations that Russia hacked the Democratic Party in an attempt to influence the U.S. presidential election.
Thousands of hacked internal emails between Democratic officials were made public by WikiLeaks on the eve of the party's national convention. The most inflammatory among them indicated that Democratic National Committee officials including Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz were aiding the campaign of Hillary Clinton while Bernie Sanders was still a contender.
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WNU Editor: Russian media, Russian social media, talking to my family and friends in Russia .... there is scepticism that Russia was behind this .... but it should be noted that Russian public opinion is definitely not friendly to Hillary Clinton