Julian Assange, the founder of the controversial website WikiLeaks, announced on Wednesday during an interview with Fox News that WikiLeaks plans to release more of democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s emails from the personal server she used while she was secretary of state.
WikiLeaks prides itself on being able to access and publish censored or restricted documents, mostly government-owned, for public viewing. Assange did not say how these emails would impact Clinton’s candidacy. He simply said that the content of the emails is “significant.”
The last time WikiLeaks published “significant” Clinton emails was right before the Democratic National Convention in July. They were so significant that the Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz was forced to resign the day the convention began.
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