Trump pledges not to use stolen information in 2020 re-election campaign

Trump pledges not to use stolen information in 2020 re-election campaign

U.S. President Donald Trump pledged Monday not to use information stolen by foreign adversaries in his 2020 reelection campaign, even as he wrongly in

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U.S. President Donald Trump pledged Monday not to use information stolen by foreign adversaries in his 2020 reelection campaign, even as he wrongly insisted he hadn’t used such information to his benefit in 2016.During a question-and-answer session with reporters in the Oval Office, Trump said he “would certainly agree to” that commitment.Story continues below

“I don’t need it,” he said as he met with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. “All I need is the opponents that I’m looking at.”READ MORE: What you need to know about the Robert Mueller investigationBut Trump also insisted erroneously that he “never did use, as you probably know,” such information, adding: “That’s what the Mueller report was all about. They said no collusion.”While special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation didn’t establish a criminal conspiracy between Russia and Trump’s campaign, Trump repeatedly praised WikiLeaks in 2016 and celebrated information exposed by Russian hackers on the campaign trail.WATCH: Mueller report reveals Trump’s attempts to obstruct justice

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