Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange Says ‘A Lot More Material’ Coming on US Elections … New Emails Provide “Enough Evidence” to Indict Hillary Clinton (VIDEO)
MORE EMAILS COMING SAYS THE WIKIKEAKS FOUNDER …
Julian Assange, Wikileaks founder, told CNN in an interview that his website might release “a lot more material” that pertains to the US presidential campaign. Hillary Clinton, the DNC and liberals are now all waiting for the other shoe to drop. What could the next round of hacked emails look like and how damaging might they be? Assange has said the release Friday was the first in a series and the new emails would provide “enough evidence” to indict Clinton. Hmm, think Democrats aren’t squirming right now? Maybe this is why Bernie Sanders backed Hillary like he did, disappointing many of his supporters. For all we know, if these emails contain what the Wikileaks founder says they do, Sanders just might be the Democrat nominee after all.
Just what does Wikileaks have on Hillary Clinton?
Interview with Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange said Tuesday his whistleblowing website might release “a lot more material” relevant to the US electoral campaign.
Assange was speaking in a CNN interview following the release of nearly 20,000 emails stolen from the Democratic National Committee by suspected Russian hackers.
However, Assange refused to confirm or deny a Russian origin for the mass email leak, saying Wikileaks tries to create ambiguity to protect all its sources.
“Perhaps one day the source or sources will step forward and that might be an interesting moment some people may have egg on their faces. But to exclude certain actors is to make it easier to find out who our sources are,” Assange told CNN.
Daily Commentary – Monday, July 25, 2016 – So What Did You Think of the Trump Kids? I Thought They Did Pretty Well.
- I’m sure the voters will try and compare Trump’s kids compared to Chelsea, but should they?
This morning Donald Trump officially announced Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his VP for the 2016 GOP Presidential ticket. Trump described Pence as ‘a man of honor, character and honesty’. Trump heaps praise on Mike Pence and his character and honesty in contrast with lying, crooked Hillary. We shall see if this pick helps bring the Republican party together. Probably not a bad choice by Trump with all things considered.
Billionaire Donald Trump praised his newly minted running mate Mike Pence as ‘a man of honor, character and honesty’ on Saturday, using their official coming-out party as a platform to contrast the Indiana governor with his November opponent Hillary Clinton.
‘Hillary Clinton is the embodiment of corruption. She’s a corrupt person,’ he said.
When Pence spoke nearly a half-hour later, saying he was ‘deeply humbled,’ he drew a standing ovation for a line he uttered Tuesday, during the pair’s only other joint public appearance: ‘Hillary Clinton must never become President of the United States of America.’
The 57-year-old Indianan lauded Trump, ‘this builder, this fighter, this patriotic American who has set aside a legendary career in business to build a stronger America.’
Of course NBC has to try and divide the ticket before the ink was dry on the GOP 2016 presidential logo. One would think its more of a bold move to choose some one with a different set of opinions rather than a “yes” man or woman. But when you are the MSM, you try and cause hate and division of the GOP at all cost.
Donald Trump’s newly-named running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, has shored up discrepancies over his contrasting stances with Trump on several key policies, including past U.S. trade deals, the Muslim ban and the proposal to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
“You know, you shut the door, you tell the boss exactly what you think,” Pence said on Fox News when asked by host Sean Hannity how he’d work through disagreements with Trump.
“But when the door opens, the job of the vice president is to stand right next to the president and implement the policy that he’s decided. And I’m prepared to do that.”
ADD ANOTHER ONE TO THE VP SHORT LIST …
Could Iowa Republican Senator Joni Ernst be on Donald Trump’s short list of possibly VP candidates? According to the NY Times, Trump met with Ernst in Monday in New Jersey. Other candidates include Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, former Speaker Newt Gingrich and NJ Gov. Chris Christie.
Donald J. Trump met in New Jersey on Monday with Senator Joni Ernst, Republican of Iowa, as he screens potential running mates in a series of meetings.
One person briefed on the process, who was not authorized to speak publicly, said that the campaign began vetting Ms. Ernst in recent days as a possible vice-presidential pick. But it is not clear how seriously Ms. Ernst is being considered for a position that Mr. Trump has kept close counsel about filling.
Jason Miller, a senior communications adviser for Mr. Trump, declined to comment. In a statement on Monday, Ms. Ernst confirmed that she had met with Mr. Trump.
Ms. Ernst is a retired National Guard lieutenant colonel and a veteran of the Iraq war. Her military background could help Mr. Trump given his lack of foreign policy experience or national security experience. The fact that she is a woman could also help Mr. Trump with a group of voters with whom he currently polls poorly.
Ms. Ernst is also considered a possible keynote speaker at the Republican National Convention, which begins on July 18 in Cleveland.
Q POLL HAS PRESIDENTIAL RACE NEARLY DEAD EVEN …
This is a rather ominous sign for Hillary Clinton as the most recent Quinnipiac University National Poll has Democrat Hillary Clinton has 42% while Republican Donald Trump is at 40%. Obviously, this poll is within the margin of error and a long ways away from the November 2016 presidential election; however, Trump has barely begun to campaign. And Hillary, who has been on the political landscape for decades is a known commodity. As the MSM likes to say about Trump, maybe it is Hillary who has hit her voting ceiling?
What might be most comical about the poll is that both candidates have high negative ratings and a majority of those polled believe both Clinton and Trump will not make good presidents. Of course that begs the question, then why did people vote for them in the primaries?
Democrat Hillary Clinton has 42 percent to Republican Donald Trump’s 40 percent – too close to call – as American voters say neither candidate would be a good president and that the campaign has increased hatred and prejudice in the nation, according to a Quinnipiac University National poll released today.
This compares to results of a June 1 national poll by the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN- uh-pe-ack) University, showing Clinton edging Trump 45 – 41 percent.
When third party candidates are added to today’s survey, Clinton gets 39 percent with Trump at 37 percent. Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson gets 8 percent and Green Party candidate Jill Stein gets 4 percent.
“The 2016 election has increased the level of hatred and prejudice in the U.S.,” 61 percent of American voters say. Another 34 percent say it has had no impact. Of that 61 percent, 67 percent blame the Trump campaign and 16 percent blame the Clinton campaign.
“It would be difficult to imagine a less flattering from-the-gut reaction to Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton,” said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll.
“This is where we are. Voters find themselves in the middle of a mean-spirited, scorched earth campaign between two candidates they don’t like. And they don’t think either candidate would be a good president.”