Monday on CNN’s “New Day,” WikiLeaks editor in chief Julian Assange said there would be more material to come regarding Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
He would not comment on the significance of the material, but said the current process underway is one to get the material organized.
“It remains to be seen,” Assange said. “I think it is significant material. It takes a lot of work to verify the accuracy, to collate the material – get to a point where it is easy to understand, easy to search, well described with some of the angles born out from some of the materials. So that’s a process that we are currently engaged in.”
He went on to say that the material would be released in portions.
“We have quite a lot of material, so I think we will stagger it in different batches as we are ready to publish each batch,” he added.
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