Trump quickly defended the troops’ use of tear gas and aggressive force. “Here’s the bottom line: Nobody’s coming into our country unless they come in legally,” Trump said, apparently ignoring the fact that in order to apply for asylum a person must first be present on U.S. soil.
Trump Claims He Knows “Nothing” About the Julian Assange He Cited Hundreds of During in His Campaign
Footage of Trump mentioning WikiLeaks and its releases over 140 times in October 2016 alone has since resurfaced, suggesting that Trump’s recent claims of ignorance in regard to Assange and WikiLeaks are insincere at best.
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump told a reporter outside the White House on Tuesday that he doesn’t “know anything” about WikiLeaks founder and former editor Julian Assange, whose political asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy in London is believed to be under threat largely from pressure by the U.S. government. Trump’s statements have been