“Collusion Smoking Gun: Wikileaks Asked Trump To Tweet A Link, and 15 Minutes Later He Did” Reply


POLITICUS USA

Strongly suggest your dad tweets this link if he mentions us,” WikiLeaks went on, pointing Trump Jr. to the link wlsearch.tk, which it said would help Trump’s followers dig through the trove of stolen documents and find stories. “There’s many great stories the press are missing and we’re sure some of your follows [sic] will find it,” WikiLeaks went on. “Btw we just released Podesta Emails Part 4.” MORE

“The Collusion Crumbles As Senator Says Russia And Wikileaks Work Together To Protect Trump”


POLITICUS USA

During an interview on MSNBC, Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) suggested that Wikileaks and Russia are working to together to protect President Trump.

“Democrats want Russian hacking intelligence declassified”


CNN

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CARTOON


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“Bernie Sanders’ Response Shows Why Nobody Cares About The Clinton Wikileaks Emails”


POLITICUS USA

When asked about the leaked emails from Hillary Clinton's campaign, Sen. Bernie Sanders' reaction matched that of voters everywhere.

When asked about the leaked emails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign, Sen. Bernie Sanders’ reaction matched that of voters everywhere.

“Ecuador says it cut WikiLeaks founder’s internet over US election interference”


THE GUARDIAN

Officials confirm government cut off internet access for Julian Assange following a raft of leaked emails targeting Democrats

Officials confirm government cut off internet access for Julian Assange following a raft of leaked emails targeting Democrats

“Republicans warm up to Assange”


THE HILL

JULIAN ASSANGE IN EXILE

JULIAN ASSANGE IN EXILE

“Russians, lies and WikiLeaks”


POLITICO

JOHN PODESTA, CLINTON CAMPAIGN

JOHN PODESTA, CLINTON CAMPAIGN

“Julian Assange to be questioned by Sweden”


BBC

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“U.S. to Russia: Give us Snowden”


CBS NEWS

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WASHINGTON – The bizarre journey of Edward Snowden is far from over. After spending a night in Moscow‘s airport, the former National Security Agency contractor and admitted leaker of U.S. state secrets was expected to fly to Cuba and Venezuela en route to possible asylum in Ecuador.

But the U.S. says Moscow should hand Snowden over to Washington.

Several Russian news agencies were saying early Monday that Snowden had checked in for a flight to Havana.

Snowden, also a former CIA technician, fled Hong Kong on Sunday to dodge U.S. efforts to extradite him on espionage charges. Ecuador’s Foreign Minister, Ricardo Patino, said his government had received an asylum request. He added Monday that Ecuador’s decision about the request involves “freedom of expression and … the security of citizens around the world.” He did not say how long it would take Ecuador to decide.

The anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks has said it would help Snowden.

Ecuador has rejected the United States’ previous efforts at cooperation, and has been helping WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange avoid prosecution by allowing him to stay at its embassy in London.

Snowden was on a flight from Hong Kong that arrived in Moscow Sunday and was booked on a flight to Cuba Monday, the Russian news agencies ITAR-Tass and Interfax reported, citing unnamed airline officials.

Patino said, “We know that he’s currently in Moscow, and we are … in touch with the highest authorities of Russia.”

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