Report: Wikileaks Cancels Highly Anticipated Tuesday Announcement Due To ‘Security Concerns’

    Julian Assange speaks from the balcony of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.  (AP)

    Wikileaks has abruptly canceled a much-anticipated announcement on Tuesday, according to NBC News. The announcement had been expected to be founder Julian Assanges long-promised document dump on Hillary Clinton.

    NBCs Jesse Rodriguez reported that the Tuesday announcement which was to come from the balcony of Londons Ecuadorian Embassy, where Assange has sought sanctuary for years was canceled due to security concerns.

    Wikileaks has not said when it will now make its announcement.

    Assange appeared on Fox News last month, repeating his assertion that Wikileaks has damaging documents on Clinton and suggested WikiLeaks may soon release teasers. More than three weeks later, that release has yet to take place.

    Clintons more fervent opponents have hoped for weeks that the promised document dump would be an October surprise damaging and revelatory emails or the like and inflict a mortal wound on her campaign. Theres no evidence however that such damaging information even exists.

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