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WikiLeaks Founder Defends Site For Publishing CIA Director Emails

Julian Assange has defended WikiLeaks for publishing the personal emails of CIA Director John Brennan. Speaking online from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, Assange claims that by publishing the email records he served the public. The revelations exposed Brennan's donations to Obama's 2008 campaign and Brennan's bids to win government contracts when he was working in the private sector. The CIA has condemned WikiLeaks for publishing the stolen emails.

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