The spokeswoman for former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush on Saturday condemned the e-mail hacking and disclosure of private messages exchanged between members of the Bush family.
"This is an outrageous breach of privacy that is the matter of a criminal investigation, so we will not be commenting further," she said in a statement to CNN.
The e-mails, posted on a gossip website on Thursday, included messages from President George H.W. Bush and President George W. Bush and included private photographs and contact information.
Secret Service spokesman Ed Donovan said the agency is investigating.
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