On Feb 9th, I'll be unveiling the new Young Reader's edition of my first book, Permanent Record, with the far-sighted @Doctorow. There are very few books like this accessible for children. t.co/ensyBAvgMx

Don't miss this extraordinary profile of my good friend @WolfgangKaleck's lifelong battle against impunity for official crimes. He is the reason many Bush-era officials—including Bush himself—have been afraid to travel to Europe. t.co/9V17uNSwO4

I would rather be without a state than without a voice.

I am not at all disappointed to go unpardoned by a man who has never known a love he had not paid for. But what supporters of his remain must never forgive that this simpering creature failed to pardon truth-tellers in far more desperate circumstances:

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Oh yes, who can forget President Pat Cipollone? No, the failure to pardon Assange falls on one man, and history will remember it was not a White House lawyer. t.co/mafagv1wCd

My thinking on the Assange pardon is very simple: setting aside all else, Trump will either be remembered as the first President since JFK who from his first to last day in office was hated by the NSA, CIA, and FBI, or as the one who caved to pressure at the very last moment.

The consequences of a failure to pardon Assange mean he'll remain in prison indefinitely while the DOJ endlessly files meritless appeals out of spite. t.co/zIAx96ab9c

Reports that Trump has let himself be bullied out of pardoning Assange, mistakenly believing Senate Republicans won't vote to impeach him if he caves.

Once he's out of power, they're going to vote to impeach him anyway. Which, well——that's one way to be remembered.

Traphouse just got cable
Stuntin' on the neighbors
The cable man was the feds though t.co/TXwkQ1CspP

Look at how overwhelming public support is for an Assange pardon—in EVERY poll like this—and think about what it says about any President who refuses to shut down THE most dangerous legal case in the journalism because he's afraid of criticism from the worst people in government. t.co/2mq8mDtwEn

The next time you see somebody trying to revive the long-discredited claims that I was some kind of foreign agent because they don't like what I represent, show them this clip of the NSA's Deputy Director—the man who actually ran that investigation—trash-canning it. t.co/vNQgXIWH6g

Mr. President, if you grant only one act of clemency during your time in office, please: free Julian Assange. You alone can save his life. @realDonaldTrump

If Assange goes unpardoned because he didn't bribe somebody, it will say everything that needs to be said about this broken age. t.co/kiAs8vXHz1

@Navalny's arrest seems to me a repetition of mistakes made in the Soviet era, seen elsewhere now in the case against and the war on whistleblowers. States are developing an allergy to opposition—but systems that cannot accept dissent will not survive it. Let him go.

@Navalny's arrest seems to me a repetition of mistakes made in the Soviet era, seen elsewhere now in the case against and the war on whistleblowers. States are developing an allergy to opposition—but systems that cannot accept dissent will not survive it. Let him go.

Mr. President, if you grant only one act of clemency during your time in office, please: free Julian Assange. You alone can save his life. @realDonaldTrump

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