After leaking information only damaging to Hillary Clinton and the Democrats during the presidential campaign, WikiLeaks may finally be attempting to balance the scales with a Twitter plea asking for Donald Trump’s tax returns so they...Show More Summary
WikiLeaks and founder Julian Assange could now be targeting Donald Trump’s taxes for public release after a key adviser to the new commander-in-chief admitted he has no intentions of making them available as he pledged he would during his campaign run. Show More Summary
Perhaps in an attempt to demonstrate its impartiality, on Sunday WikiLeaks tweeted a request to worldwide hackers to release President Donald Trump’s tax returns after counselor Kellyanne Conway told ABC Trump will not be releasing the controversial files after all. Show More Summary
After Wikileaks spent most of the election focusing on revealing emails from Hillary Clinton and her constituents, the organization has taken a sudden interest in the guy who now sits in the oval office. On Sunday, the Julian Assange-led organization invited its followers to leak Trump’s tax returns to them—which… Read more...
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In the span of a few years, WikiLeaks, the hacking organization responsible for some of the biggest leaks of classified information in recent history, enjoyed a surge in popularity among … Click to Continue »
WikiLeaks is urging hackers to hack into Donald Trump’s tax returns and send it to them after White House counselor Kellyanne Conway confirmed on Sunday that the new President had no intentions of releasing them. Speaking on ABC News’ Sunday morning show This Week, Conway told host George Stephanopoulos that her boss was never going... Show More Summary
President Trump talked up WikiLeaks during the 2016 campaign and a lot of people have criticized them for being too pro-Trump. Well, this morning...
This morning Kellyanne Conway flatly declared that contrary to his many, many promises to do so, Donald Trump will never release his tax returns. Conway added, “The people voted for him, they just don’t care.” Wikileaks immediately responded,...Show More Summary
Guest post by Joe Hoft WikiLeaks has tweeted that the Asian Press is already reporting that the US has withdrawn... The post Asian Press Reporting US has Withdrawn from the TPP appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
President Obama's decision to commute the bulk of Chelsea Manning's sentence for leaking classified military and diplomatic documents to WikiLeaks has been met with predictable outrage by hawks, and jubilation by the likes of WikiLeaks. Show More Summary
The hole in the U.S. intelligence community’s “high confidence” about Russian “hacking” Democratic emails has always been who gave the material to WikiLeaks, as President Obama admitted, notes ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern. By Ray McGovern Oops. Did President Barack Obama acknowledge…Read more ?
Submitted by Alice Salles via TheAntiMedia.org, President Barack Obama’s last press conference was a success, but only if you consider journalistic incompetence worthy of praise. During the one-hour affair, Obama answered questions ranging...Show More Summary
PAMELA ANDERSON: Hillary’s ‘Truthful Words’ Influenced Election, Not WikiLeaks.
Krauthammer: Commuting the sentence of Chelsea Manning, one of the great traitors of our time, is finger-in-the-eye willfulness. Obama took 28 years off the sentence of a soldier who stole and then released through WikiLeaks almost half a million military...
The WikiLeaks founder wants the US Department of Justice to make public any charges or extradition order against him.
WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange on Thursday reaffirmed that he stood by his offer to be extradited to the U.S. providing his rights were protected. It was only last week that Assange first talked about the extradition under the condition...Show More Summary
Julian Assange said on Thursday that he's "always been willing to go to the United States" provided that his rights are respected
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said Thursday he is willing to return Chelsea Manning is released from prison in May.
Assange said last week he would accept extradition if former military intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning were freed and on Wednesday U.S. President Barack Obama commuted Manning's 35-year sentence.