Listen: General Ron Rosenstein, Julian Assange And Rudy Giuliani discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Wins. News time to thirty four Ecuador only agreed to kick Julian Assange to the curb if the United States would agree to not seek the death penalty against him that according to ABC news report, which says the Ecuadorian ambassador struck the deal about six months after that country decided that had enough of us on in March twenty eighteen the report says deputy attorney General Ron Rosenstein, himself verbally agreed to the request. That was several months before Sasha's dragged out of the in London last week, turning generally bar will release redacted version of the three hundred plus page report compound by special counsel, Robert Muller. It'll be released to the public and congress on Thursday. President Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani has been promising that the White House will reduce its own report"