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About Russia's possible involvement in Democratic Party hack attacks:
It's highly unlikely that Russia orchestrated the attacks.
Russia is behind them, and they're a threat to U.S. democracy.
Blaming Russia is just a distraction from damaging leaks.
Russia's meddling won't have much effect.
If they can expose Clinton, more power to the Russians.
Trump's encouragement of Russian cyberspying was irresponsible.