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Chris Cuomo: We At CNN Can Possess WikiLeaks Emails, But You Can't

CNN's Chris Cuomo lectured his viewers on Sunday that he and other journalists have the right to possess the stolen WikiLeaks emails, but you regular folks can't. 

Of course, he's wrong. There's something called the First Amendment. WikiLeaks called out the anchor's untrue assertion on Twitter.

Social media users are rightfully annoyed by Cuomo's assertion, suspecting he's trying to ensure Americans listen to CNN's interpretation of the hacked emails instead of letting them read the messages for themselves.

On Sunday, WikiLeaks released the ninth batch of Hillary Clinton Campaign Chair John Podesta's emails. Please, read away.

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