The Hillary Clinton campaign on Sunday suggested the new batch of damaging WikiLeaks documents are bogus — in an apparent attempt to defend what appears to be the Democratic candidate’s candid views on such issues as Wall Street and the middle class.

“They’ve put out documents that are purported to be from my account,” Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta told “Fox News Sunday.”

Podesta also attempted to explain Clinton’s comments in the trove of campaign-related emails by arguing they were acquired by “Russians” hacking into the Democratic Party computer files to try to influence the November election.

The WikiLeaks organization on Friday posted what it said were thousands of emails obtained in a hack of Podesta’s personal email account.

Among the documents posted online was an internal review of Clinton’s private Wall Street speeches to survey the political damage her remarks could cause if they ever became public.

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