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Saturday, January 09, 2016

Clinton 'Surprised' by Staffer Using Private Email, New Docs Show

The State Department released 3,007 pages of Hillary Clinton's email this morning at around 1:30 a.m. ET, bringing the total public production so far to 82 percent of the documents, a court-mandated goal the department failed to reach at the end of last month.

In one document dated Feb. 27, 2011, Clinton sends an email to her top adviser, Jake Sullivan, in which she expressed surprise that a State Department staffer was using a personal email account to discuss official business.

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3 comments:

Thornton said...

Another do as I say, not as I do scenario which permeates the entire Clinton persona. Doesn't sit well with me. These people are incomprehensible in their double standards. Why do voters not see this?

Anonymous said...

Some people are just plain ignorant!

Anonymous said...

9:14AM

It boils down to education. Most voters are under or misinformed about the American History. They may know lyrics of a Adele song by heart but I seriously doubt most have actually read the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.