Clinton manager ‘reticent’ to comment on report Clinton floated drone strike against Wikileaks
Hillary Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook declined to comment about an alleged remark by the Democratic presidential nominee asking if a drone strike could be used against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
Amid speculation about the release of an “October surprise” by Assange, WTTG Fox 5 DC reporter Ronica Cleary published a video clip of her interview with Mook on Monday.
In it, she asked if the report was true and if the comment was made in jest.
Many reporters online have questioned TruePundit, the source of the original report, and New York Magazine published a post Monday night it said explained the “viral rumor that Hillary Clinton wanted to drone-strike Julian Assange.”
“I’m reticent to comment on anything that the WikiLeaks people have said. They’ve made a lot of accusations in the past,” Mook told Cleary.
WikiLeaks tweeted a Washington Examiner report about the video on Monday, and on Sunday posted a screen grab from a TruePundit report that said Clinton once asked during a State Department briefing, “Can’t we just drone this guy?”
Mook shifted the attention to Donald Trump in his interview with Cleary, claiming the GOP presidential nominee and his allies are using Clinton’s alleged comment as a distraction from Trump’s debate performance last week. He knocked Trump’s early-morning tweeting about former Miss Universe Alicia Machado.
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