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Are more Clinton emails coming from Wikileaks? And will they be a game changer before the election?

Tonight on The Kelly File, Megyn Kelly aired part one of her exclusive interview with Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange about the planned release of hacked Hillary Clinton documents.

"People...have the right to understand who it is they're electing," Assange said.

The Australian programmer/journalist, who faces extradition to Sweden and fears extradition to the U.S., said that the trove contains thousands of pages of information in a variety of formats. He said the release would "absolutely" happen before the Nov. 8 election.

Assange said the information in his possession is "significant," and the extent to which it will be a game changer depends on how it catches on in the public and in the media.

Watch a preview of part two below, and don't miss the full, extended interview exclusive on Thursday at 9 p.m. ET on The Kelly File!

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