Assange's Advice for Trump: Learn From Democrats' Mistakes
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange believes that the Democratic Party must have a "reformation" after a disastrous showing in the 2016 election.
In an exclusive interview with Sean Hannity, Assange said that Democrats still haven't come to terms with why they did so poorly.
He said they must accept that they alienated voters by "rigging" the presidential primary process and not picking the strongest candidate.
"The DNC no longer represented the genuine interests of the Democratic Party," Assange said. "My message to the U.S. Democratic Party is: Now is a moment for reformation and renewal of the Democratic Party."
He urged Democrats to look at the information released by WikiLeaks, embrace it and learn from it.
"Every government has to have a strong opposition to keep it efficient, accountable, honest, etc.," Assange said.
He added that his advice for President-elect Donald Trump is to learn from the many mistakes of President Obama, Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party in general.
Watch more above, and let us know what you think in the comments.