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News Story Source: by Maj. Danny Sjursen, USA (ret.)
That was when WikiLeaks, ostensibly at least, served his purposes by releasing hacked DNC emails that were rather unflattering to his opponent, Hillary Clinton. The MAGA crew must've agreed with him regarding the Julian Assange-headed web publication at the time: Trump carried all four battleground states, which propelled him into the White House. He's had more than three years, now, to acclimate to his new digs and, somewhere along the way, pulled a 180 on Assange, whom his administration now labels "an enemy of the state who must be brought down." So it is that this week, Assange began the fight – perhaps, quite literally, for his life – in the UK against the Justice Department's stated intent to extradite and try him in the United States.
A journalist, a publisher, has been labeled by the U.S. Government as an "Enemy of America." Now that's dangerous language with scary historical precedent in America and abroad. Recall that the ter
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