WikiLeaks architect Julian Assange promised he’s not done aperture advice that could be damaging to Hillary Clinton. During an account bygone with Fox’s Megyn Kelly he said the abstracts would be “significant” in conceivably axis the tide of the 2016 acclamation by giving voters a better compassionate who they’re electing.

According to Assange:

We have a lot of pages of material, bags of pages of material.

I don’t want to give the game away, but it’s a array of altered types of abstracts from altered institutions that are associated with the acclamation campaign. There are some abrupt angles that are quite interesting, and some that are even entertaining.

I think our definition of “entertaining” might differ.

Assange wasn’t asked about WikiLeaks’ abandonment from standards it once held itself to. In the antecedent three data leaks, the alignment appear dozens of credit card and social aegis numbers for people that weren’t active in the leak itself.

It’s also faced criticism afresh for putting women in danger after aperture the Erdogan emails from the Turkish government beforehand this year.

Assange disagrees with the criticism.

He told CNN’s Jake Tapper:

We have a 10 year history of publishing aboriginal athenaeum under the rubric of ‘scientific journalism’—which we invented. The readers can check the accurateness of any story, and that actual can go on to be used in litigations and prosecutions.

He’s not wrong. WikiLeaks has had a arch acceptability thus far when it comes to truth. Lately though, the alignment seems to have taken liberties with some of its antecedent ethical standards in favor of creating a more acute story. The advice is still accurate, but as apparent in this tweet — it’s adjoining on sensationalist and conceivably even carefully misleading.

For now though, the world lies in wait to see what Assange offers next.