Oct 04, 2016

Watch Trump's speech on cyber security - The Washington Post

At an event held by Retired American Warriors PAC Oct. 3, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump offered his plans for protecting the United States against cyber attacks and slammed rival Hillary Clinton for her handling of her emails as secretary of state.

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