Well, this could be interesting:
Oh yes. State will be releasing 29,000 pages of Huma Abedin's emails. https://t.co/fPPmi5ohZ2
— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) January 12, 2016
More from Politico:
The State Department has agreed to process for public release an archive of 29,000 pages of emails longtime Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin sent or received on a private account while working as deputy chief of staff to Clinton from 2009 to 2013.
Abedin turned over the collection of emails to State last year at the agency’s request following the controversy over the disclosure of Clinton’s exclusive use of a private email account while secretary of state. Unlike Clinton, Abedin had an official email account, but she was among senior officials asked to provide any work-related messages in their personal accounts after State officials became concerned that the agency did not have copies of all the official records it should.
A legal filing Monday in a lawsuit brought by the conservative group Judicial Watch indicated State has acceded to a request to process all the emails Abedin turned over, except for news articles and summaries.
No time to catch breath after @hillaryclinton email dump ends later this month. In March, Huma Abedin releases begin https://t.co/Aml4dkGhGw
— Josh Gerstein (@joshgerstein) January 11, 2016
So, what can we look forward to from the media once the emails are released?
@lachlan Next 3 days: 1. MSM runs "No Smoking Gun" stories. 2. Damaging emails found. 3. MSM runs "GOP Pounces" stories.
— Ryan Christiansen (@REChristiansen) January 12, 2016
Sigh. That’s probably not far off.
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