The lawyer for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has claimed that US President Trump offered Julian Assange a conditional apology.
According to a foreign news agency, a lawsuit against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in a London court revealed that US President Trump had offered Julian Assange a conditional apology if he will appear in court and say Russia has no role in the Democrat party’s email scandal in 2016,he can be forgiven.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appeared in court via video link from jail where his lawyers discussed his decision to transfer to the United States in the next hearing.
In Westminster Magistrates’ Court, Julian Assange’s lawyer cited the statement of Dana Rohrabacher, a former Republican member who met the founder of WikiLeaks in 2017, and said that he was sent to Julian Assange by the US president.
Julian Assange’s lawyer said Dana Dana Rohrabacher had said in his statement that the US president would grant Assange a conditional pardon when he will acknowledge in his statement that Russia was not behind the email scandal that caused the loss of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign against Trump in 2016.
On the other hand, a White House spokesman denied the claim of Julian Assange’s lawyer.
The spokesman said that US President does not know Dana Rohrabacher except former Congressman and the president never spoke to him on any matter, including Julian Assange, so Julian Assange’s lawyer was completely fabricated and lying on this matter.
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28 March, 2020