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In an exclusive interview with Sean Hannity that has aired throughout the week, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has insisted that Russia was not his source for hacked emails he released from the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.

In a series of tweets on Wednesday and Thursday, President-elect Donald Trump appeared to agree with Assange's claim that Russia did not meddle in the presidential election and state his support for WikiLeaks.

On "Special Report" tonight, Charles Krauthammer said it was a mistake for Trump to quote Assange, as the WikiLeaks founder is an "enemy" to the U.S. who has endangered the lives of Americans and our allies by releasing state secrets.

"I'm not sure bringing him in is a good idea," Krauthammer said.

He acknowledged there's no doubt that the Obama administration has played up Russia's interference in the presidential election to delegitimize Trump, but it's still a mistake for Trump to wade into the debate.

"He should simply stay out, let it play out," Krauthammer said. "I don't think in the end it really harms Trump, but the attention he's given it has put the focus on it to the extent that people are going to ask, 'Why is he so defensive about this?'"

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