Trump says he won’t use stolen info in 2020

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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 in 2016.

Dur­ing a ques­tion-an­dan­swer ses­sion with re­porters in the Oval Of­fice, Trump said he “would cer­tainly agree to” that commitment.

“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.”

Trump cel­e­brated in­for­ma­tion ex­posed by Rus­sian hack­ers on the cam­paign trail in 2016.

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