Prison Time for Hillary ClintonScheduled to take place at the Hofstra University in Hempstead, during this year’s 2016 election, both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will be discussing major issues that would ultimately help the nation decide who is to become the United States president.

Even if it was first expected to take place at the Wright State university in Ohio, the presidential debate was scheduled in New York due to insufficient funds.

But, the election for one of its candidates is far from being safe. Editor of the non-profit WikiLeaks organization, Julian Assange guarantees that the next reveal of private information regarding the Clinton foundation could, in fact be the end of her career.

Assange assures that “We have more info and we will publish everything when the time is right some of these materials can get Hillary Clinton to lose the nomination […]” Having the role of publishing classified information from anonymous sources, WikiLeaks estimates at about 32.000 emails which have been leaked from Clinton’s private servers.

Julian Assange has declared that his next leak is supposed to bring Hillary Clinton out of the race for the white house, if not even directly into prison.

After the last publication of WikiLeaks which released more than 20000 emails, the race for the democratic party nomination shows how leaders and officials of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) have forced events in order to place Clinton in front of her opponent, Bernie Sanders.

Ever since this scandal, lots of Democratic members have left the party, and have been trying since to keep the distance from the DNC.

But, it was only after the Democratic National Convention ended, that many other DNC members, including chairperson of the body Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Finance director Jordan Kaplan, have resigned.

Among many other issues surrounding Clinton’s presidential campaign, Assange has declared that through Hillary Clinton’s “extortion”, her attempt to catch more Republican voters to her side was done by scaring them with the possibility that Donald Trump could win.

As expected, Sanders voters have decided not to vote for Clinton, after knowing that she manipulated the elections for the nominee place, putting the very own Democratic party’s victory in doubt.

“We have more info and we will publish everything when the time is right some of these materials can get Hillary Clinton to lose the nomination”. These are the words Assange used during his interview with Afshin Rattansi, a British journalist currently working for Russia Today.

During this interview, WikiLeaks founder declared that the emails that are about to be released this time, might contain information about how Hillary Clinton made secret deals with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) sponsors, which in the end were followed by huge donations entering the Clinton foundation’s budgets.

This is just a short part of the interview held with founder Julian Assange regarding the leak and the diversionary tactics used by Clinton.

Assange: “Our view which we have already stated is if the evidence that the FBI has is enough for a grand jury to indict already… But a prosecutor has to ask a grand jury to indict. And if a prosecutor doesn’t ask, a grand jury won’t indict. But our next leak can bring her down because it is something that FBI can’t overlook!”

According to Assange, by continuing to raise questions through this political scandal, Clinton goes as far as blaming the Russians and Chinese in order to distract the population from the situation at hand.

As Assange has declared for Rattansi, the emails that have already been published could be enough to incriminate Hillary Clinton; but, despite this, no prosecutor has stepped forward to raise charges against her.

At this moment, voters are awaiting to see if the leak, promised by Assange to be published before the 26th September debate, will truly remove Hillary Clinton from the elections, this way allowing Bernie Sanders to become the democratic nominee, since he is the one holding the majority of the Democratic Party’s delegates’ votes.