Transcript for Hillary Clinton Faces New Revelations From Latest Emails in WikiLeaks Dump
kid." Trump has said he's not a bully, he's a counterpuncher. As Hillary Clinton stepped out of the spot light this weekend, we canky leaks released another batch of e-mails thought to be from her top aides. Cecilia Vega joins us with more. Reporter: The Clinton campaign calling this a crime reminiscent of watergate, but worse. A slow leak every day a new batch. And the Clinton campaign know this is could be a problem for them every day until election day. This morning, thousands more e-mails appearing to show the inner workings of Hillary Clinton's campaign. Wikileaks releasing the newest batch of what are believed to be campaign chairman John podesta's hacked e-mails. One showing just how much Clinton's team struggled to get her to apologize over the private server controversy. Writing her inability to just do a national interview and communicate genuine feelings of remorse and regret is now, I fear, becoming a character problem. I tee receive no downside in her actually saying, look, I'm sorry. I think it will take so much air out of this. Podesta agreeing saying trying to figure out how to get her there and best way to execute. As I look back at it now, though it was allowed, I should have used two accounts. One for personal. One for work-related e-mails. That was a mistake. I'm sorry about that. I take responsibility. Reporter: ABC news has not independently verified the e-mails. The Clinton campaign not responding to individual documents, instead, akuding the Russians of orchestrating the hack to give Donald Trump a win. I don't give credence to the dumped documents because I don't know if they're accurate. Reporter: 12,000 e-mails so far. Everything from when Clinton should laugh during debates. Whoo, okay. Reporter: To her prooifrt speeches to Wall Street that seem to contradict her public positions. Everyone this one, claiming Clinton told a private trade union gathering that extreme environment Al lists need to, quote, get a life. And Donald Trump has questioned whether the Russians were behind the hacks. His running mate, Mike pence, seemed to take a different stand saying there's no question, George, that evidence suggests Russian involvement. Let's Britain in Matthew dowd and Martha Raddatz for more. Three weeks and a day before the
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