The video has so far been viewed more than 500,000 times on Twitter since being posted on Wednesday.
Laura Poitras, an Oscar-winning documentarian, criticized film festivals for Clinton's recent appearances.
Lawsuit: CIA spying on Wikileaks founder included illegal taping of conversations with US lawyers, journalists and doctors, and copying data from their phones.
The Republican senator said Saturday that the federal law has been "abused from the beginning to jail dissenters."
The ex-president "had no business" bringing top-secret information to Mar-a-Lago, conservative lawyer George Conway said Friday.
The 78-year-old musician has a long history of activism.
The U.S. legal system's current approach to extradition and cyber crime is not effective.
"It is only the beginning of a new legal battle. We will appeal through the legal system," WikiLeaks said in a statement.
Assange has 14 days to appeal his extradition after it was approved by the U.K. home secretary on Friday.
Former U.K. Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn called Assange's extradition "a very dark for press freedom."
The leak of the Supreme Court's draft opinion is the latest in a long line of events committed to uncovering the truth and subsequently holding those in power accountable.
Assange is wanted in the U.S. over the publication of thousands of leaked documents relating to the Afghanistan and Iraq wars.
"The application has been refused by the Supreme Court and the reason given is that application did not raise an arguable point of law" a spokesperson said.
If extradited and convicted in the United States, Assange faces up to 175 years in prison on 18 espionage and fraud charges.
The former president told Candace Owens that he would "let the courts work it out" when it came to Snowden.
The former president spoke about Assange and Snowden in an interview with Candace Owens for The Daily Wire.
Assange's lawyer dismissed the "vague assurances by the United States government, which has reportedly plotted to kidnap or even assassinate Mr. Assange."
The U.K's High Court has reversed a ruling that said the Wikileaks founder could not be sent to the U.S. due to mental health concerns.
The Wikileaks founder and his partner revealed they had made repeated requests for a ceremony to take place in London's Belmarsh Prison.
District Judge Vanessa Baraitser said WikiLeaks founder was likely to commit suicide if transferred to the U.S. and held under harsh conditions.
Lawyers for the U.S. government have argued WikiLeaks founder's mental health should not prevent him from being extradited over espionage charges.
Julian Assange warned the public that the goal in Afghanistan "is to have an endless war, not a successful war."
"I am not claiming conspiracy, just facts," Taleb said responding to one of the commentators who said that Julian Assange said a similar point.
A British judge ruled in January that it was feasible for Assange to commit suicide if placed in a U.S. prison.
While attending a recent forum supporting jailed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, Waters claimed that Zuckerberg had requested to use one of Pink Floyd's classic tracks in an Instagram campaign.
Trump granted clemency to dozens of people in the final hours of his presidency.
Blocking an extradition request, District Judge Vanessa Baraitser ruled the WikiLeaks founder would likely face "harsh" prison conditions if sent to the U.S. and was likely to take his own life.
The rumored pardon reached Assange's partner, Stella Moris, who posted on Twitter that she hoped it was true.
"These are Julian's sons Max and Gabriel. They need their father. Our family needs to be whole again. I beg you, please bring him home for Christmas."
The president recently pardoned his first national security adviser, retired Lt. General Michael Flynn.