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CNBC Excerpt: Vivienne Westwood Calls Hillary Clinton 'Evil' in a CNBC Conversation with Tania Bryer

Following is an excerpt from the unofficial transcript of a CNBC Conversation with Tania Bryer and Dame Vivienne Westwood. Following is a link to the video on CNBC.com: http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000559072.

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Vivienne Westwood: To me Hillary's evil and I think she's a war mongerer. I don't expect the world to change with Hillary Clinton. You know, we're all going for climate change. I'm not Pro-trump. If I would be American, I would not vote for either of them. I wouldn't – not be able to vote for either of them except if there's a green person. I would vote for a green person.

Tania Bryer: But Vivienne we are going to get a Trump or Hillary ….So which if you had to pick one or the other.

Vivienne Westwood: Well I won't do that and I wouldn't even pick Barack Obama over them either because the people are applying the terrible rotten financial system there's no difference between them. If they apply that system which is about war and she's a very, very warmongering person Hillary Clinton. So it's about war and about you know about killing everything on the planet actually through climate change. They don't want their rotten financial system changed. You know so there's no choice between them you cannot choose that. They are all the same.

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