LONDON (CNN) - After publishing 20,000 emails and a series of voicemails, Wikileak's editor-in-chief told CNN that there were more coming down the pike.
"We have more material related to the Hillary Clinton campaign," Julian Assange said during an interview with Anderson Cooper. "It is correct to say that. Also, you have to be very precise in reporting my statements, but you're always very precise. And, yeah, those are extremely interesting, and we will see what will come of them in due course."
Assange referred to the cybersecurity of the Republican National Committee and Democratic National Committee "swiss cheese," referring to multiple hacks over the last two years.