If somebody could have assassinated Hitler, would that have been good?

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tags: Hillary Clinton, election 2016

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton invoked the likes of the infamous Nazi leader Adolf Hitler in remarks this week about whether the US should engage in toppling foreign regimes and state leaders. 

Speaking to MSNBC's Chris Matthews in a townhall event in Illinois on Monday, the Democratic front-runner said "in the vast majority of cases" it is inadvisable to catalyze regime change. 

However, she noted that there are individual exceptions to the issue, mentioning hypothetical examples such as Hitler and the leaders of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. 
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