Recently freed trans whistleblower Chelsea Manning is to give her first interview on TV after being set fee from prison. Barack Obama ordered to free Manning who had been imprisoned in Fort Leavenworth military prison after leaking classified government documents concerning alleged war crimes and rights abuses via WikiLeaks. Manning is set to give an interview to ABC next month, it was announced. The network has announced that the interview will take place and that it will be previewed across the network. Manning earlier in May released a new image of herself after being released from Fort Leavenworth, and shared images of herself eating pizza and drinking prosecco after her release.Earlier in May it was announced by the US Army that Manning would remain on active duty, unpaid, with access to healthcare. Before the sentence being commuted, Manning attempted to take her own life more than once. She also carried out a hunger strike and sued the US Army because they would not allow her to transition behind bars.