The Senate intelligence committee sent a letter to the founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange, requesting that he appear to answer questions from lawmakers at a closed-door session.
Assange's claims run contrary to the Senate intelligence committee's findings that Russian Federation was behind the hacking of the DNC.
The 29-page indictment lays out how, months before Americans went to the polls, Russians schemed to break into key Democratic email accounts, including those belonging to Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, the Democratic National Committee, and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
WikiLeaks claimed on Twitter that the letter was delivered via the U.S. embassy in London, although both the embassy and the senate select committee on intelligence declined to comment when contacted by Sky News.
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They claim WikiLeaks knowingly acted in concert with Russian intelligence.
The US Senate Intelligence Committee has asked the WikiLeaks founder to give evidence on allegations Russian attempted the sway the election in favour of Donald Trump.
In the run-up to the 2016 USA presidential election, WikiLeaks published documents hacked from Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign. Days after announcing a $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Rich's killer, Assange brought up Rich when discussing the risks whistleblowers take to expose corruption.
Assange publicly suggested that Guccifer2.0 was not his source at all.
Assange is now living in the Ecuadoran embassy in London, where he sought political asylum in 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden to face allegations of sexual assault and rape.
News of the invitation to testify in the USA comes after Ecuador President Lenin Moreno said recently that he has no objection to the United Kingdom agreeing to extradite Assange to the U.S., if there is an understanding that he will not face the death penalty.