Trump off-the-record adviser Roger Stone speaks with Dana Loesch about what he learned from a "mutual acquaintance" about what data WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may have and what he plans to do with it.
"The left loved Julian Assange when he exposed the dark secrets of the Bushes, and here he is exposing the dark secrets of the Establishment," Stone said. "I believe Mr. Assange has all of the emails that Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills --the two top Clinton aides-- believed they had destroyed. So if that is true and he releases them through this election, as he released strategically the DNC documents that showed that Hillary basically had to cheat to screw Bernie out of the Democratic nomination... So, Assange is going to be very influential in this election, because he is going to be educating the American people about the Clintons."
"Let us assume that those who made the email records made the political calculation that they would take less heat for having an unsecured secret illegal server and erasing the stuff they thought was problematic than they would take for the emails being read," he continued. "That means whatever is in them must be political dynamite!"