Wikileaks Just Released Over 2k Emails From Clinton Campaign Chair As State Dept Releases Deleted Emails

The internet whistleblowing group Wikileaks released over 2,000 emails involving Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta. The release comes the same day the State Department published 350 emails previously deleted from Clinton’s private server.

At first inspection the emails date as far back as 2008 to 2016 and cover the gamut from the mundane like “Hillary Clinton’s Chipotle Order” to “Call with HRC” to “My position on the Iran deal” sent from Nancy Rotering to John Podesta.
Wikileaks said Podesta is a long-term associate of the Clintons and served as Bill Clinton’s chief of staff from 1998 to 2001.
The State Department released 350 pages of Clinton’s emails on Friday, following a court order last month.
Newly disclosed emails show top Obama administration officials in close contact with Clinton’s presidential campaign in 2015 about potential fallout from the former secretary of state’s use of a private email server.
According to those email disclosures, the White House was instructing Secretary of State John Kerry to avoid questions about Clinton’s email arrangements, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The emails were obtained by the Republican National Committee as part of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit seeking records of Clinton’s time in office.
Among them is an email in 2011 about a discussion paper from Huma Abedin on thoughts on post-Gaddafi Assistance & Governance which talked about how to form a new Libyan government, work on a constitution, shore up oil contracts to revenue, understand past conflicts with the Gaddafi administration and its alleged failure share hydrocarbon dollars, and the theft of private property from members of the monarchy.
Podesta served during Bill Clinton administration. Wikileaks warned on its 10th anniversary it would be releasing more emails.
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