Hillary Clinton’s Wikipedia page vandalized, replaced with pornographic image

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Hillary Clinton speaks at the 2016 Democratic National Convention.

Hillary Clinton’s Wikipedia page was vandalized Thursday to display a pornographic picture and “a reminder” that voting for Clinton means “nuclear war will be inevitable.”

The picture showed a woman’s backside that was wallpapered multiple time onto the page with text layered on top.

The text, which included vulgar language, also accused former President Bill Clinton of allegedly raping “women and children.”

CNN has reached out to the Clinton campaign for comment.

The hack has since been fixed and taken down. However, this isn’t the first hack on Clinton’s Wikipedia page as the page’s edit history shows. This hack comes the same day as yet another group of emails, that were hacked from the account of John Podesta, the Chairman of the 2016 Hillary Clinton Presidential Campaign, were released.

Podesta’s Twitter account was also hacked Wednesday.

CNN’s Dan Merica contributed to this report.

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