Without hand shakes, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off in the third and final presidential debate Wednesday at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Donald Trump's campaign sees new disclosures about the inner workings of Hillary Clinton's campaign by WikiLeaks as a political gold mine. But Sen. Marco Rubio is warning fellow Republicans not to celebrate the trove of hacked emails from a top campaign official.
"As our intelligence agencies have said, these leaks are an effort by a foreign government to interfere with our electoral process and I will not indulge it,” Rubio said in a statement to ABC News. "Further, I want to warn my fellow Republicans who may want to capitalize politically on these leaks: Today it is the Democrats. Tomorrow it could be us."
The Clinton campaign has declined to verify that the contents of the emails are accurate, and warned that the contents could be manipulated for political reasons.
It notes that U.S. intelligence officials have determined the hack to be the work of Russian intelligence as part of an attempt to influence the U.S. election.