WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said FBI Director James Comey's not questioning Hillary Clinton's claims of not understanding classification markings on State Department communications is even more disturbing than Clinton's claims.
Appearing Tuesday on Fox News' "Hannity," Assange said the release of the latest information Friday afternoon heading into the Labor Day weekend "draws questions to what sort of game the FBI is trying to play."
Assange, who said he is set to begin releasing more information he believes could damage Clinton's presidential campaign, said it stretches credulity the former secretary of state wouldn't know the letter "C" in brackets on documents she read didn't mean it was classified as confidential.
"Everyone in positions of government and in WikiLeaks knows it stands for classified, confidential," he said.
He held up a document he said represented thousands already released by his organization that she had signed off on which contain the "C" in brackets.
"So it's absolutely incredible for Clinton to lie," he said. "She is lying about not knowing what that is. But it's a bit disturbing that James Comey goes along with that game."
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