WASHINGTON (AP) – President Donald Trump knew WikiLeaks until he did not.
With his government attempting to persecute WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, Trump is raiding a hacking organization that he praised the Rafters in 2016 campaign over the inconvenience she caused to his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton.
She was one of a series of faux pas and flips in his rhetoric last week.
Several months after he claimed the need for legal immigrants, Trump declared the country "full", and he also appeared to be changing the reasons why he refused to release his taxes: it's not that he can not, but because he does not want it.
And with the release of more information about the Special Representative's imminent report, Trump maintained his allegation that Robert Mueller had relieved him of Mueller's express statement that he had not done so: "I know nothing about WikiLeaks , Its not my business. "- Comments Thursday with South Korea's president.
THE FACTS: WikiLeaks was Trump's big deal in the final weeks of the 201
On the same October day, when the "Access Hollywood" tape was revealed revealing Trump bragging about women in 2005, WikiLeaks released malicious e-mails from Clinton's campaign manager John Podesta. Trump and his allies grabbed the dumps and armed them.
"WikiLeaks, I love WikiLeaks," Trump said in Pennsylvania.
"This WikiLeaks is like a treasure trove," Trump said in Michigan.
Boy, I like to read WikiLeaks, "Trump said in Ohio.
All in all, Trump has praised WikiLeaks more than 100 times, and a poster by Assange was behind the scenes of the Republicans, never at any time during a gathering period Trump expressed concern over how WikiLeaks had received the e-mails from the Clinton campaign, or the allegations of stealing sensitive information from the US government, which led to assassinations against Assange on Thursday, with the US aiming to deliver Assange out of the UK .