Controversy surrounds decision to commute Chelsea Manning
Controversy has swirled around President Barack Obama's decision to commute the sentence of former Army Private Chelsea Manning.
Manning, a transgender woman, was convicted of leaking 750,000 pages of classified documents and videos to WikiLeaks.
She was sentenced to 35 years in a male military prison.
Critics say lessening Manning's sentence sets a bad example for other would-be leakers, and seems hypocritical, given Obama's recent criticism of Wikileaks following the Russian DNC hack.