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Macron's Team Says it Suffered 'Massive' Hack

His campaign said whoever is behind the leaked documents is trying to "seed doubt and disinformation"

French President Emmanuel Macron speaks during a campaign rally in the run up to election in Paris, France, photo: AP/Christophe Ena
3 months ago

PARIS – The campaign of French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron says it has been the victim of a “massive and coordinated” hacking attack.

His campaign said in a statement late Friday night that some campaign emails and financial documents were hacked a few weeks ago and are now being circulated on social media, but that they have been mixed with false documents.

It said whoever is behind the leaked documents is trying to “seed doubt and disinformation” and destabilize Sunday’s presidential runoff, comparing it to emails leaked from Hillary Clinton’s U.S. presidential campaign.

Macron is the poll favorite going into Sunday’s election against far-right leader Marine Le Pen.

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