An email just released from Hillary Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state is an instant classic from 2011:
Hillary Clinton "surprised" that someone at State used a personal email. pic.twitter.com/lmLhwDw8sB
— Natalie Andrews (@nataliewsj) January 8, 2016
Hillary wonders: Why is a State Department employee using personal e-mail? https://t.co/0QtOzncWQi pic.twitter.com/I1k06xxO0U
— Ed Morrissey (@EdMorrissey) January 8, 2016
That’s right — the person in charge of the State Department used her private email account to express surprise that a State employee used a personal email account to forward information about Benghazi.
Official email is for the little people.@EdMorrissey
— No-Tel Lounge (@NoTelLounge) January 8, 2016
“Lead by example” obviously isn’t Hillary’s strong suit.
@EdMorrissey @Uncle_Jimbo Yeah, only *I* get to use my personal email for work.
H: "Who's he work for?" J: "Us." Slow clap for the comedy
— John Vantran (@JohnVantran1) January 8, 2016
So this is yet more evidence that HRC knew, perfectly well, what she was doing w email was not kosher. @EdMorrissey
— The Panic (@Gunntwitt) January 8, 2016
She really is a piece of work. https://t.co/TeLcklsbgD
— Robert (@TheCheekyTaurus) January 8, 2016
You know it!
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