(Bloomberg) -- Hackers and spies may be looking for the next weakest link in western government communications now that State Department secrets are no longer sitting on Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail server. On Wednesday night, the Spanish prime minister offered them a suggestion.

Mariano Rajoy appeared on a prime-time entertainment show in an effort to buff up his credentials as a man of the people ahead of Sunday’s general election, and was asked by a pair of puppet reporters whether he had a special red telephone in his office for calling the White House. Rajoy said yes, he did, but he doesn’t bother with it.

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