"I want to warn my fellow Republicans who may want to capitalize politically on these leaks: Today it is the Democrats".
Sen. Marco Rubio is keeping his mouth shut about any revelations in the WikiLeaks emails and is advising his fellow Republicans to do the same. Clinton's team has blamed Russian Federation for the email hack.
Nevertheless, Rubio says it's inappropriate to discuss the contents of the emails, exclusively because they may have been stolen by a foreign government.
Rubio is a member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.
Earlier Wednesday, WikiLeaks posted its 12th batch of Podesta emails, which Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has said are evidence of USA government corruption, particularly during Clinton's 2009-2013 tenure as secretary of state. Some of the emails have proved embarrassing to the Clinton campaign, and Trump has not been shy about using this ammunition. "Tomorrow, it could be us", Rubio writes, in a statement to NBC News.
Rubio flatly stated that going forward he wouldn't talk about WikiLeaks.
Wells Fargo bank under criminal investigation in California for its sales practices
Although Wells Fargo is one of the largest and most respected banks in the world, its reputation faces an uncertain future. A 74-year-old woman said the bank opened multiple credit or debit cards accounts in her name without her knowledge.
The remarks were made when a caller said he found Rubio's life story inspiring, something with which Hannity agreed.
He said the threat of cyberattacks by Russia, China and others - as well as more WikiLeaks scandals - will not disappear.
"Hillary Clinton's radical call for open borders. would end the United States as we know it", Trump said at a Pennsylvania rally this month. Bernard Sanders, whose support Mrs. Clinton needs to energize young voters, a "doofus".
Last week during a campaign stop in Pennsylvania, Trump told the crowd, "Hillary Clinton told her Wall Street donors that you need to have a public position and a private position".
"Without confirming the accuracy of the email, I was frustrated with him", Mr. Podesta said.
"I could see Marco being president one day", Hannity said.