Watch the highly anticipated Wikileaks-Assange press conference – promises 10 drops in 10 weeks


The highly anticipated announcement to come from WikiLeaks’ Head Julianne Assange, didn’t drop the incriminating bombshell on Hillary Clinton many had hoped for.

Instead, Assange left plenty of people hanging by announcing there will be more to come.

Assange was at first scheduled to make the announcement from the balcony of the Ecuador Embassy in London, but later changed his plans amid security concerns.

From a recorded press conference in Berlin, at 3am EST time, Assange appeared and said part of the public’s expectation will be met in the coming weeks.

“We hope to be publishing every week for the next 10 weeks,” he said.

He said that all U.S. election related documents are to be released on schedule before Nov. 8, which Assange said was a “very hard schedule.”

The first of the series of leaked documents will start this week. Assange also said the upcoming series would include “significant” information on Google, oil, arms and the US elections.

Assange, spent a lot of time promoting his book and 10 years of WikiLeaks work, which was also promoted in a backdrop for the press conference. When asked if the upcoming leaks would be enough to end Hillary Clinton’s political career he was careful to hedge his bets.

“There’s been a lot of misquoting of me and WikiLeaks publication,” he said.

MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” producer Jessie Rodriguez announced last Tuesday that Assange would be making an announcement via a press conference. Many, including Donald Trump pitbull, Roger Stone, speculated that it would be an “October surprise” to end Hillary Clinton’s run for office.

While Assange’s Wednesday morning announcement came as a disappointment to many, others are looking forward to what will be released in the coming weeks.

Daily Mail is updating regularly.


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