Report: Wikileaks cancels Tuesday’s live big balcony announcement amid ‘security concerns’

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What does Wikileaks founder Julian Assange have on Hillary Clinton that has him scared enough to cancel his Tuesday press conference at which he was reportedly scheduled to make a big announcement?

The balcony announcement was anticipated to be Wikileaks long-awaited document release on the Democrat presidential candidate but it was abruptly cancelled on Sunday not long after it was announced, according to MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” senior producer Jesse Rodriguez.

Rodriguez is the same person who broke the story that there would be a press conference from the balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy where Assange lives.

The announcement was expected to be so big that former Donald Trump aide Roger Stone said it would spell the end of Clinton’s campaign.

Wikileaks has not independently announced a press conference or a cancellation via its social media.

BPR and other news outlets are reporting on information from Rodriguez.

The reports indicate that Tuesday’s live balcony announcement is cancelled, not the “October Surprise” itself.

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‘Wednesday Hillary Clinton is done’: Reports Julian Assange’s announcement on Tuesday will finish her.

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