Trump: ‘My Emails Are So Boring, I Would Release Them Tomorrow’

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Donald Trump says “honestly my emails are so boring, I would release them tomorrow.”

Trump, in an interview with radio host Hugh Hewitt Thursday, said that he assumes that his emails “are being looked at by other people.”

Hewitt asked Trump, “Are your emails at the Trump operation, are your servers protected? Does the private sector have an advantage here over government contracting?”

Trump explained, “They are in theory very secure but you know, honestly my emails are so boring, I would release them tomorrow. My emails are not exciting. And I’m not a big fan of that email stuff. I’ve seen seen so many people have problems because of emails.” (RELATED: WikiLeaks Publishes Intimate Information On CIA Chief’s Wife And Daughters)

“In the old days, when you wanted to attack,” Trump explained, “you had a courier with armed guards, and you would have an envelope, and you would give it to the general. Now you send it to the general and you have no idea how many people are watching and reading, they’re hacking your messages. It’s really pretty — I think MacArthur would not like the whole concept of computers.”

“When you look at heads of agencies that had been totally hacked,” Trump said. “And I mean totally hacked. And I guess there was one yesterday, the day before where some young kid was hacking top people in different agencies. I mean, that’s, that’s pretty, pretty sad stuff. I’m not sure that you could stop it, to be honest with you. I think computers, are very, when you talk about lack of security, I think there is a great lack of security with computers.”


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