What did Trump offer to apologize to the founder of WikiLeaks?
WASHINGTON: After the impeachment, the American president got into another difficult situation: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's lawyer accused Trump of offering a pardon to a client.
According to the details, Julian Assange's lawyer claims that President Trump offered his client a statement stating that Russia's support for Hillary Clinton's leaked emails could be forgiven.
The lawyer claimed that in 2017, a member of Congress met Julian Assange at the direction of the president and offered an apology to Julian Assange.
On the other hand, the White House rejected the statement as baseless, Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham said it was a fabricated story and a complete lie, Julian Assange is imprisoned in a British prison for spying on the United States and defending a US extradition case.
In June last year, British Interior Minister Sajid Jawed signed an application to extradite WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange to the United States.
Remember that a British court sentenced WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange to 50 weeks in prison earlier this month for violating the conditions of bail.
It may be recalled that in April 2017, WikiLeaks revealed that the US security agency had hacked Pakistan's mobile system, using various cyberweapons for hacking.
US agency NSA uses wiretapping and other cyberweapons to spy on several world leaders, while WikiLeaks has also revealed hundreds of different types of cyber weapons, among them for hacking the Pakistani mobile system. the NSA Code Pointing was also included.