At a press briefing on Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer reacted to a bombshell WikiLeaks release that allegedly reveals the "entire hacking capacity of the CIA."

According to purported internal CIA documents, the agency uses high-tech phones and televisions to spy on people worldwide.

To hide its operations, the CIA routinely adopted hacking techniques that enabled them to appear as if they were hackers in foreign countries, such as Russia, WikiLeaks alleged.

Spicer said that President Trump is "extremely concerned" about this leaked information and, if true, what impact it could have on U.S. national security.

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This comes just weeks after former national security adviser Michael Flynn's phone calls with the Russian ambassador were leaked to the press.

Spicer said that the Trump administration is committed to holding anyone caught leaking classified information to the full extent of the law.

"We will go after people who leak classified information," Spicer said. "Playing with our nation's national security is not something that should be taken lightly under this administration."

Watch clips from the press conference above.

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