Le Pen: Clinton Most 'Dangerous' US Presidential Candidate for France

© REUTERS / Mike SegarUS Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton reacts to the cheers of the crowd at her New York presidential primary night rally in the Manhattan borough of New York City, US, April 19, 2016.
US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton reacts to the cheers of the crowd at her New York presidential primary night rally in the Manhattan borough of New York City, US, April 19, 2016. - Sputnik International
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Marine Le Pen claims that former US State Secretary Hillary Clinton is the most "dangerous" for France candidate in the race for the post of the president of the county as she has "gone hand in hand" with the US decisions that plunged the world into "chaos".

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Former US State Secretary Hillary Clinton is the most "dangerous" for France candidate in the race for the post of the president of the county as she has "gone hand in hand" with the US decisions that plunged the world into "chaos," France’s National Front (FN) party leader Marine Le Pen said.

"There is a candidate who appears a lot more dangerous for France than the others — that's Hillary Clinton… this is a woman who has gone hand in hand with the full spectrum of American decisions which have plunged the world objectively into chaos, " Le Pen told the RT television channel in an interview released Friday.

Le Pen expressed her belief that Clinton would continue this "destructive policy, a policy of conflict, a policy of imprisonment of Europe in blinded Atlanticism, I think it's a danger for world peace."

The 2016 US presidential election will take place in November. Hillary Clinton is the frontrunner of the Democratic Party, closely followed by Senator Bernie Sanders. Business tycoon Donald Trump became the effective Republican Party presidential candidate by winning in a landslide victory the primary election in the US state of Indiana on May 3.

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