Trump To Consider Pardoning Julian Assange & Prosecuting Fauci

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Donald Trump has said that he will be giving “very serious consideration” to pardoning WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and prosecuting Dr. Anthony Fauci if he’s elected for a second term in November.

During an interview with Tim Pool prior to his speech at the Libertarian National Convention, Trump said he’d be looking to prosecute Anthony Fauci.

When asked if Fauci will be held accountable “for the lying to Congress” and if he intends to appoint an Attorney General who will prosecute Fauci, Trump replied “Yeah, and we’ll take a look at statute of limitations, because you know, the statute of limitations are quite long….We’ll be taking a look at that very seriously.”

Trump criticized the Biden administration for empowering Fauci.

“Fauci wasn’t a big player in my administration like he was after I left,” Trump said “I mean, Biden made him the king”

Regearding an Assange pardon, the former president said: “We’re going to give it very serious consideration”

Assange is currently awaiting a hearing in London’s High Court after he won the right to appeal his extradition to the United States.

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