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Russians Unsuccessfully Tried To Hack Computers Of Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill

McCaskill, who is one of the most vulnerable Democratic senators up for re-election this fall, said in a statement she "will not be intimidated" and that Vladimir "Putin is a thug and a bully."

Russian hackers trying to influence the 2018 elections made an unsuccessful attempt to breach the computer system of Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill, one of this fall's most vulnerable Democrats.

The Daily Beast reported that McCaskill is the first known target of the Kremlin's plot to interfere in this fall's midterm elections after targeting the U.S. in the 2016 presidential election.

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