Julian Assange On Meet The Press,,, “Do You Accept Information From A Foreign Government?”,,,
“Do You Accept Information From A Foreign Government?”
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Sunday declined to name the source of the Democratic National Committee email leak amid speculation that Russian state actors were behind it. “I do think it’s an interesting question, of course, as to who our sources are,” Assange said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
“But as a source protection organization, that many sources from across the world of many different types rely on to protect their identity, their rights, to communicate the truth to the public. And that’s all we’re talking about here, communicating the truth.
Assange said it was a “security matter for us as to who our sources are.” U.S. officials and cybersecurity experts have speculated Russia could be behind the email leaks to help Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.
Assange said Sunday WikiLeaks doesn’t have any concern about who becomes president. “We don’t have any concern as to whether Hillary [Clinton] is elected or [Donald] Trump is elected. We are concerned that the material we publish is always accurate, on the one hand, and that our sources are protected on the other.”
Donald Trump Sunday shows Julian Assange Meet The Press FULL Interview on DNC Leaks 7/31/16
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