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    Julian Assange warned against supporting former US Secretary of State and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) – WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange warned on Tuesday against supporting former US Secretary of State and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in the upcoming presidential elections since it would plunge the United States into "endless" bloody wars.

    "A vote today for Hillary Clinton is a vote for endless, stupid war. I have had years of experience in dealing with Hillary Clinton and have read thousands of her cables. Hillary lacks judgement and will push the United States into endless wars which spread terrorism," Assange wrote on the TwitLonger blog platform.

    Clinton virtually destroyed Libyan statehood and aims to repeat the same scenario in Syria and other Middle Eastern countries, he noted.

    "Hillary's problem is not just that she's [a] war hawk. She's a war hawk with bad judgement who gets an unseemly emotional rush out of killing people. She shouldn't be let near a gun shop, let alone an army. And she certainly should not become president of the United States," Assange wrote in his blog.

    On February 1, the 2016 US presidential nomination race officially kicked off with the first in the nation Iowa caucuses voting to select the Democratic and Republican party nominees for the US presidency.

    Clinton has won the Democratic Iowa caucus with a razor thin lead over her competitor Bernie Sanders.

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