Marc Thiessen says it’s an ‘incredible sign of weakness’ that the Obama administration failed to act to take down Wikileaks considering they’ve had ample warning that these releases are going to continue. Thiessen says that there are several things they could have done, including unilateral action to find and arrest Julian Assange without the host country’s permission. He even says that we possess the ability to take out their servers and yet we’ve not done so. He goes on to say that there’s nothing worse in diplomacy than to talk tough and do nothing, which it appears is the sum of what the Obama administration has done:
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