Transcript for Newly Released Hacked Hillary Clinton Emails Show a Different Side Behind Closed Doors
Meantime, Hillary Clinton holed up with her debate prep team. The third and final showdown Wednesday night. But the campaign also facing questions in e-mails revealed after more than a week of wikileaks. Here's Devin Dwyer. Reporter: Tonight, Hillary Clinton is in seclusion to prepare for this week's final debate. No public events scheduled for five days. This, as wikileaks released hundreds of e-mails believed stolen from John podesta's account. The daily drip becoming a rolling October surprise. One podesta e-mail claims to include transcripts of private speeches Clinton gave to Goldman Sachs. Critics show Clinton's tough talk about Wall Street is public is a lot less tough in private when paid a $225,000 speaking fee. Clinton appears to have told Goldman bankers in 2015, there's nothing magic about regulations. Too much is bad, too little is bad. While there's no bombshell, in one message last year, close Clinton aides express frustration with Clinton's inability to do a national interview and communicate genuine feelings of remorse or regret about her e-mail server. That was a mistake. I'm sorry about that. Reporter: In another, an advisor suggests a joke, saying, laugh at yourself. A highly-scripted campaign parodied on "Snl." Let me start by walking over to you, just as I practiced. Right, left, right, left, right, left. Plant, speak. Reporter: The Clinton campaign won't confirm or deny the veracity of the e-mails posted by wikileaks. A spokesman calls the alleged hack and release a crime reminiscent of watergate. And challenges Donald Trump to condemn it. Devin, thank you. And the third and final presidential debate, this Wednesday at 9:00 P.M. Eastern, with complete coverage right here on ABC.
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