ABC News has landed a live interview with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has been helping NSA leaker Edward Snowden in his flight from U.S. authorities. It’s airing Sunday on This Week. Assange will appear via satellite from the Embassy of Ecuador in London, where he has been living since Sweden asked the UK to extradite him over a rape allegation. Assange, who has blasted mainstream media, has nonetheless turned up on mainstream media programs, including CNN’s AC360 this month.
ABC News’ ‘This Week’ Lands Julian Assange Interview
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