Trump ‘Seriously Considering’ Pardoning Julian Assange If Re-Elected – EVOL

President Donald Trump has revealed that he’s been giving “very serious consideration” to pardoning WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange if he wins re-election in November.

Trump revealed that he was considering a pardon when asked about the issue during an interview with conservative commentator Tim Pool’s podcast Timcast IRL.

The 45th president appeared on the show before his speech at the libertarian convention on Saturday.

During the interview, Pool asked Trump if he would pardon Assange if he won a second term in the Oval Office.

Trump said the decision is under “very serious consideration.”

In his response to the question, Trump said:

“We’re going to give it very serious consideration, and we’re going to have a couple of other things to say in the speech that I think you’re going to love.”


Last week, Assange was granted the right to challenge his extradition to the United States.

Since 2019, U.S. prosecutors have been trying to extradite Assange to be charged on U.S. soil.

The Australian journalist is currently imprisoned in the UK while he fights his case.

In the U.S., he is facing charges under the Espionage Act of 1917 for his role in publishing classified military and



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