WikiLeaks founder and famed whistleblower Julian Assange announced Tuesday that WikiLeaks might release even more documents related to the US presidential campaign. The site, which released almost 20,000 Democratic National Committee emails that highlighted irregularities in the voting process, caused uproar amongst many Democrats and led to the resignation of chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz.
In an interview with CNN, Assange said he would also not confirm or deny who leaked the emails, which is rumored to have been a Russian hack saying,
"Perhaps one day the source or sources will step forward and that might be an interesting moment some people may have egg on their faces. But to exclude certain actors is to make it easier to find out who our sources are"
Russia has so far involved any involvement in such an attack. Assange is currently at the Ecuadorian embassy in London in exile because he faces extradition charges for sexual assault in Sweden.