Published: Tue, October 17, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Hillary Clinton is right to warn us about Wikileaks

Hillary Clinton is right to warn us about Wikileaks

Hillary Clinton tells a London audience she's anxious that President Donald Trump could in "a moment of pique" launch a nuclear missile.

Assange fired back at Clinton, saying there is "something wrong" with the former Democratic presidential nominee.

Emails from the Clinton campaign chairman, John Podesta, were leaked on the same day - 7 October 2016 - the director of national intelligence and the secretary of homeland security released a statement concluding the Russian government had been attempting to interfere in the election.

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The pair are separated by just a single spot in the WTA rankings - the 21st-ranked Pavlyuchenkova being the higher of the two. The five-time grand slam champion said the Tianjin title, the 36th of her career, was special.

President Trump jokingly encouraged Democrat Hillary Clinton to run against him in 2020, saying Monday that she lost to him past year partly because "she wasn't good at what she did".

Clinton, an experienced public servant and erudite politician suffered a shocking defeat at the hands of Trump, a businessman with no political experience in the last election.

So here we have someone who was very almost president approving of people disrespecting the flag and the National Anthem. "Hillary, please run again". My answer was, 'I hope so!', he posted on the social media messaging site on Monday.

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The former president has publicly described the heart-wrenching task of writing letters to the families. The White House countered at the time, saying that the president personally signs every letter.

"Republicans and Democrats are scratching their heads trying to figure out how they interpose - maybe they'll say [a nuclear attack] has to be jointly signed off by the secretary of defence and the secretary of state". She also accused the President of "picking fights" with North Korea and Iran for the sake of "point scoring".

Along with calling the deal merely a "temporary delay" on Iran's "path to nuclear weapons", Mr Trump said the removal of sanctions was giving the Iranian "regime" more funds to support terrorism.

However, she was silent on one of her major donors, Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, who is facing a stream of sexual assault allegations. As recently as yesterday, Clinton has blamed her loss on overt sexism in America.

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Wade, who has gone from Miami to Chicago to Cleveland in the past couple years, had a measured response. His words seem like they'd be flawless advice for any other player in a similar situation.

Clinton said Assange was a "nihilistic opportunist who does the bidding of a dictator", referring to Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to the Associated Press.

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