Trump offered conditional amnesty to founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s lawyer claims that US President Trump offered Julian Assange a conditional amnesty.

A lawsuit in London court against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange revealed that US President Trump had offered Julian Assange. that could be forgiven if he say Russia has no role in the email scandal of Democratic Party in 2016. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appeared in court via video link from jail, where his lawyers discussed their decision to transfer to the United States in the next hearing.

In Westminster Magistrates’ Court, Julian Assange’s lawyer cited the statement of Dana Rohra Becher, a former Republican member who met the founder of WikiLeaks in 2017, and said he was referred to Julian Assange by the US president.

Julian Assange’s lawyer said in his statement that Dana Rohra Becher had said that the US president would grant Assange a conditional apology if he made the confession in his statement, that Russia was not behind the email scandal to hurt Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign against Trump in 2016.

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