Chelsea Manning, 30, shared a photo, which shows her lying in a hospital in a robe, on Twitter on Saturday afternoon.

Former Wikileaks informant Chelsea Manning is recovering from gender transition surgery.

Manning, 30, shared a photo, which shows her lying in a hospital in a robe, on Twitter on Saturday afternoon.

& # 39;[A]After almost a decade of struggle, through [sic] prison, the courts, a hunger strike, and even [sic] The insurance company: they finally operated on me this week, "the text said.

So far, the photo has received more than 24,000 "likes" and has been shared more than 1,200 times.

Chelsea Manning, 30, shared a photo, which shows her lying in a hospital in a robe, on Twitter on Saturday afternoon.

Chelsea Manning, 30, shared a photo, which shows her lying in a hospital in a robe, on Twitter on Saturday afternoon.

During a public appearance in the United Kingdom earlier this month, Manning (pictured, October 2017) spoke about how living in the United States feels like a prison.

During a public appearance in the United Kingdom earlier this month, Manning (pictured, October 2017) spoke about how living in the United States feels like a prison.

Recently, Manning (pictured, October 2018) placed his name in the race for a seat in the US Senate. UU In Maryland, but lost in the Democratic primary

Recently, Manning (pictured, October 2018) placed his name in the race for a seat in the US Senate. UU In Maryland, but lost in the Democratic primary

During a public appearance in the United Kingdom earlier this month, Manning (left and right) spoke about how living in the United States feels like a prison. Recently, she placed her name in the race for a seat in the United States Senate in Maryland, but lost in the Democratic primary.

During a public appearance in the United Kingdom earlier this month, Manning spoke about how living in the United States feels like a prison.

"All this notion that you got out of jail and you're free now turned out to be a bit depressing in that sense," he said Monday at the Royal Institution in London, he said …

"Because what happened, we really built this big big prison, which is the United States, meanwhile, it was already happening, it really intensified."

She said that the surveillance system and police officers are not very different from their life in a cell.

"You think about the surveillance systems, the cameras or the presence of the police, and you think about the fact that we have walls around our country, and that's the same thing that there is inside a prison," he told the crowd. .

"I see many similarities between the world here and the world that was there."

Manning (pictured, August 2018) served seven years of a 35-year sentence after she leaked more than 750,000 confidential and classified military and diplomatic documents to WikiLeaks in 2010

Manning (pictured, August 2018) served seven years of a 35-year sentence after she leaked more than 750,000 confidential and classified military and diplomatic documents to WikiLeaks in 2010

Manning (pictured, August 2018) served seven years of a 35-year sentence after she leaked more than 750,000 confidential and classified military and diplomatic documents to WikiLeaks in 2010

At the time of her arrest, she was known as Private Bradley Manning. In January of 2017, his sentence was commuted by then President Barack Obama. Picturd: Manning in October 2012

At the time of her arrest, she was known as Private Bradley Manning. In January of 2017, his sentence was commuted by then President Barack Obama. Picturd: Manning in October 2012

At the time of her arrest, she was known as Private Bradley Manning. In January of 2017, his sentence was commuted by then President Barack Obama. Picturd: Manning in October 2012

Manning served seven years of a 35-year sentence after she leaked more than 750,000 confidential and classified diplomatic and military documents to WikiLeaks in 2010.

At the time of her arrest, she was known as Private Bradley Manning. In 2013, it came out as a transgender.

In January of 2017, his sentence was commuted by then President Barack Obama.

Then-President-elect Donald Trump went on Twitter and called her a "traitor" who should never have gotten out of jail.

When the Press Association asked him if he regretted his decision to filter the files, Manning replied: "I did what I did for what I had available to me.

In that period of time, what I knew and what I understood, and the background I had and who I am, the established values ‚Äč‚Äčthat I have, and also the little time I had to make decisions.

"The way I see it is that I do not go back in time … what I really try to tell people is that if I had done something different, I would have been a completely different person."

Recently, Manning put his name in contention for a seat in the US Senate. UU In Maryland, but lost in the Democratic primary

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