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    Pamela Anderson flatters Trump... to ask for a service

    Pamela Anderson flatters Trump... to ask for a service

    Early support from Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, Pamela Anderson wrote a letter to President Trump and the First Lady to prevent extradition of the cyber-activist. 


    Pamela Anderson decided to fight! On November 8, 2019, the Canadian actress wrote a long open letter to Donald and Melania Trump for the release of Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks. In this missive, she begs the US presidential couple to prevent the extradition of Assange.

    In this letter, she flatters Trump: "I am always enthusiastic and encouraged when I see the remarkable work you both accomplished as leaders.You perfectly complete, Mr. President with your personal touch and your emotion that touch the the people and the calm and dignity that the First Lady defends, "said the former star of Alerte in Malibu," integrity is certainly what has defeated Hillary and propelled you to the most powerful place in the world."

    But this letter was mainly intended to sensitize the President of the United States on the condition of Julian Assange. Pamela Anderson has never concealed her endless and unwavering support, the two would have even had an affair at the beginning of 2017 before she got in a relationship with Adil Rami. "If you forgive Julian Assange and do not allow the legal precedent of extraditing a factual journalist for a life of torture, people will salute your action.We will always remember you as the champion you are destined to be and the people would sincerely salute you for such a gesture, and it will always be remembered as your heritage in the world. " The actress also shared a petition on her Twitter account for the release of Julian Assange on Nov. 11, she recently surpassed 200,000 signatures.

    Currently incarcerated in London for violating the terms of his parole, Julian Assange is waiting for a hearing in February 2020 that could lead to his extradition to the United States where 18 charges are pending against him. He incurs up to 175 years in prison.


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