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WikiLeaks is an agent of Russia in effect, security expert says

02:04

NBC News national security analyst Jeremy Bash joins TODAY to discuss WikiLeaks’ release of thousands of documents that reveal the CIA’s playbook for hacking. He says that “WikiLeaks has become in effect an agent of the Russian Federation,” but adds that America’s devices are probably not at risk from the document dump because manufacturers will make adjustments for it.