Hillary Clinton's Presidential Campaign "Has Stolen" Our Logo, Says WikiLeaks
Clinton officially announced her 2016 presidential bid on Sunday.
Does the logo for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign look a bit too familiar?
The former first lady and New York senator launched her second Oval Office bid on Sunday, which led to myriad reactions on social media.
One response was a tweet from media organization WikiLeaks, accusing Clinton's campaign of swiping their insignia. "Hillary Clinton has stolen our innovative WikiLeaks twitter logo design," reads a post from the organization's official Twitter page.
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."
Reps for WikiLeaks and Clinton did not immediately respond to requests for comment. The tweet can be seen below.