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Former United States Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton reacted to suspicious that the Russian government, through email hacks and other maneuvers, may be trying to interfere in our presidential election.

Bolton said On the Record that if Vladimir Putin was asked which candidate he would prefer to see leading America, the ex-KGB agent would say Hillary Clinton.

Clinton has suggested in the past that Russian hacks have been beneficial to Donald Trump's campaign.

"He watched her preside over disastrous policy initiatives...like the Russian Reset," he said.

"I have no doubt Russia is capable...of trying to interfere in our election. Over the years when authoritarian regimes attempt to sway democratic elections they often get it wrong because they don't understand [them]," he said.

"Do you really think Vladimir Putin putting his arm around Donald Trump and saying 'here's my man' is going to help [Trump]?"

He also sounded off on Vice President Biden publicly stating White House plans to engage in cyber-attacks on Russia.

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