'Apologies are like her Achilles heel. But she didn't seem like a b--ch'
WASHINGTON – The Wikileaks nightmare for the Hillary Clinton campaign just kept growing on Thursday with the release of the sixth batch of emails from campaign manager John Podesta, on a day that showed a post-debate bounce propelling GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump back into the lead, by two points.
She has repeatedly insisted Trump does not have the temperament to be president, but, in the latest Wikileaks revelation, Clinton insiders appeared concerned over keeping her own temper under control, as she began to respond to her exploding private server and email scandal last year.
One Clinton ally even joked she should beat up a staffer to let off steam before speaking to the press.