A publicly accessible server (no password required) of Level One Robotics and Controls exposed 157 GB of highly sensitive data from hundreds of companies, including large automakers.
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Trump: "My administration has and will continue to move aggressively to repeal any efforts, and repel, we will stop it, we will repel it, any efforts to interfere in our elections. We are doing everything in our power to prevent Russian interference in 2018."
Trump claims he misspoke on election meddling, says he sees no reason why it wouldn't be Russia that was responsible
Trump says his administration will move aggressively to repel any efforts to interfere in 2018 election
Trump says he meant to say in Helsinki that he saw no reason why it would not be Russia that interfered in elections
Trump says Russia actions had no impact on outcome of elections, accepts U.S. intelligence community's conclusion that Russia meddling took place
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Trump: My director of national intelligence says it was Russia that interfered; Putin told me it wasn't; "I don't see any reason why it would be."
"I don't see any reason why it would be," says @POTUS of Russia as the hacking culprit in Election 2016."President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today."
Putin says he would welcome Mueller's investigators going to Russia and look into the allegations.
Special Counsel Mueller can send an official request for extradition, adds Putin
Putin: could you name a single fact which would definitively prove collusion? This is nonsense. Just like the President mentioned
On the indicted 12 "alleged" intelligence officers, adds Putin, promising: "I will look into it."
MORE: Trump says there is 'zero collusion' over U.S. presidential election campaign
"There was nobody to collude with," says @POTUS of his 2016 campaign, adding he didn't know Putin then.
Trump: [asked if he holds Russia responsible for anything re the electoral interference]I hold both countries responsible. The US has been foolish. We've all been foolish. We should have had this dialogue a long time ago. The Mueller probe is a disaster for our country.