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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange spoke to Sean Hannity on his radio show Thursday, revealing that the Russian government was not his source for the hacked emails they released from the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.

“Our source is not the Russian government,” Assange said during the interview, portions of which were replayed on "Hannity" tonight.

"Let me be clear," Hannity followed up. "Russia did not give you the Podesta documents or anything from the DNC?"

"That’s correct," Assange said, later adding, “It has not come from a state party.”

Hannity also asked Assange how secure America's state secrets are.

"Everything is almost completely insecure now," he answered. "The computer systems have become so complex that it is not possible to understand all the parts, let alone secure them. It is just impossible."

Listen to some of the the interview above, and share your reaction in the comments.


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