WikiLeaks accuses Hillary Clinton for stealing its logo

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Washington | Updated: April 13, 2015 10:24 PM

Hilliary Clinton was today accused by WikiLeaks of stealing its 'innovative' Twitter logo design for her 2016 presidential campaign.

Hilliary Clinton, Hilliary Clinton logo, Hilliary Clinton presidential candidate, Wikileaks, Wikileaks logo, Wikileaks news, International news, Company newsHillary Clinton was today accused by WikiLeaks of stealing its ‘innovative’ Twitter logo design for her 2016 presidential campaign. (Reuters)

Hillary Clinton was today accused by WikiLeaks of stealing its ‘innovative’ Twitter logo design for her 2016 presidential campaign.

“Hillary Clinton has stolen our innovative WikiLeaks twitter logo design,” WikiLeakes said on Twitter.

The tweet offered a side-by-side comparison of the logos.

WikiLeaks’ artwork features an hourglass with a dripping earth, along with a red arrow, while Clinton’s shows a red arrow used to form a large “H.”

67-year-old former first lady and New York senator yesterday launched her second Oval Office bid, which led to countless reactions on social media.

One response was a tweet from WikiLeaks, accusing Clinton’s campaign of swiping their twitter logo.

This will be Clinton’s second attempt for securing the top post.

The one-time first lady enters the race seven years after her bitter nomination defeat to President Barack Obama in 2008.

Clinton will be the top contender for the Democratic party in the elections.

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