Trump urges former rival Clinton to again seek presidency

Doug Mendoza
October 17, 2017

Presenter Jane Garvey apologised to listeners close to the programme's end, saying: "Hillary Clinton has been delayed this morning, as I've already said. she's not going to make it before the end of the programme".

Clinton's issues with Assange date back to when she was secretary of state, when Wikileaks first released thousands of hacked State Department documents.

"As a person, I'm ok, as an American I'm anxious", she said, citing Trump's interactions with North Korea and withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement as causes for concern. "WikiLeaks is unfortunately now practically a fully owned subsidiary of Russian intelligence", she said. "He wants to destabilise democracy, he wants to undermine America, he wants to go after the Atlantic alliance and we consider Australia an extension of that".

WikiLeaks published vast archives of emails related to the Clinton campaign in the months leading up to the election. The organisation's representative in Russian Federation was exposed as a Holocaust denier.

Mr Assange has denied the emails came from the Russian Government or any other "state parties".

Steep's Road to Olympics DLC is Prioritized Over the Nintendo Switch Port
Though, the developer's art team does have enough people to create content for three different console versions. The report further goes on to state that Nintendo plans on switching its strategy.

Women identify as assault, harassment victims with 'me too' posts
London's Metropolitan Police force said Sunday that the woman reported being assaulted in London in 2010, 2011 and 2015. One person wrote , "The first time I was sexually assaulted, I was 13 years old.

United States soldier Bowe Bergdahl pleads guilty to desertion
He told the judge at Fort Bragg, North Carolina that he now understands that what he did caused others to search for him. Trump had also called during his run for president for Bergdahl to be put to death for desertion.

"I tried to get up and it really hurt", she added, according to The Guardian. "You don't see damaging, negative information coming out about the Kremlin on WikiLeaks", she said.

As Democratic presidential candidate in 2016, Mrs Clinton knows better...

Hillary Clinton knocked Julian Assange in an interview on Australian television that aired Sunday night, accusing the Wikileaks founder of doing "the bidding of a dictator". She received both a rapturous welcome and farewell from the 3,000 people who had paid just to breathe her oxygen. Watch closely. Something much darker rides along with it.

Trump also said he is not considering firing special counsel Robert S. Mueller III, who is leading an investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election and possible collusion between the Kremlin and the Trump campaign.

Other reports by GizPress

Discuss This Article