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hillary has terrible spelling and grammar, and appears to send message while shit tanked drunk (i know because ive done it, and it quite resembles this)


UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06131867 Date: 11/02/2016 From: H RELEASE IN PART B6 Sent: 8/10/2012 4:42:17 PM +00:00 To: Diane Reynolds <[email protected]>

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Re: We've been tryina to nrint it all day Hone to read it coon on w y to Turkey after this short stop in Benin.


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you sure? It works for me. Did you try the link from Twitter?
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hillary has terrible spelling and grammar, and appears to send message while shit tanked drunk (i know because ive done it, and it quite resembles this)


UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06131867 Date: 11/02/2016 From: H RELEASE IN PART B6 Sent: 8/10/2012 4:42:17 PM +00:00 To: Diane Reynolds <[email protected]>

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Re: We've been tryina to nrint it all day Hone to read it coon on w y to Turkey after this short stop in Benin.


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whiskey
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Hello, Brooke-- I am lookina forward to snendino tim e B w Pakistan and the Middle Eas , Y schedule ( and much of the world's) is not settled.

--H




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UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06131867 Date: 11/02/2016 From: H RELEASE IN PART B6 Sent: 8/10/2012 4:42:17 PM +00:00 To: Diane Reynolds <[email protected]>

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Re: We've been tryina to nrint it all day Hone to read it coon on w y to Turkey after this short stop in Benin.


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wtf lol
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Hello, Brooke-- I am lookina forward to snendino tim e B w Pakistan and the Middle Eas , Y schedule ( and much of the world's) is not settled.

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My God, she's retarded
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Hello, Brooke-- I am lookina forward to snendino tim e B w Pakistan and the Middle Eas , Y schedule ( and much of the world's) is not settled.

--H




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My God, she's retarded
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cruise
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Hello, Brooke-- I am lookina forward to snendino tim e B w Pakistan and the Middle Eas , Y schedule ( and much of the world's) is not settled.

--H




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My God, she's retarded
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Blackberry keyboard is not good !!
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Subject: This weekend

Hello, Brooke-- I am lookina forward to snendino tim e B w Pakistan and the Middle Eas , Y schedule ( and much of the world's) is not settled.

--H




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My God, she's retarded
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epiclol
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these are ocr errors. click on the pdf tab in wikileaks and the mispellings are gone. comeone people. focus. this is too important to get wrong.
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From: H Sent: Sunday, August 15, 2010 9:18 AM To: '[email protected] state.govi; Huma Abedin Subject: Shuttle


I just heard the w eather report that there w ill be thunderstorm s later. Pls check to be sure they aren't supposed to affect flying. Thx.


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Hello, Brooke-- I am lookina forward to snendino tim e B w Pakistan and the Middle Eas , Y schedule ( and much of the world's) is not settled.

--H




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My God, she's retarded
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Blackberry keyboard is not good !!
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Now wait a minute, Jefferson used one.

Blackberrys are comin back bub.

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"The National Archives alerted me that they cannot account for a 2 terabyte hard drive containing electronic records from the
Clinton administration.
They last can account for the drive on January 30; they discovered it was missing on March 24 (NARA
leadership found out later). They believe it was stolen. NARA has an identical copy of the drive, which it is analyzing."

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is this new?
point the finger, blame the other
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"AMATEUR HOUR AT THE WHITE HOUSE"
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"The National Archives alerted me that they cannot account for a 2 terabyte hard drive containing electronic records from the
Clinton administration.
They last can account for the drive on January 30; they discovered it was missing on March 24 (NARA
leadership found out later). They believe it was stolen. NARA has an identical copy of the drive, which it is analyzing."

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is this new?
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There were threads on here about it a couple days ago.
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hillary has terrible spelling and grammar, and appears to send message while shit tanked drunk (i know because ive done it, and it quite resembles this)


UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06131867 Date: 11/02/2016 From: H RELEASE IN PART B6 Sent: 8/10/2012 4:42:17 PM +00:00 To: Diane Reynolds <[email protected]>

Subject:


Re: We've been tryina to nrint it all day Hone to read it coon on w y to Turkey after this short stop in Benin.


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From: H Sent: Sunday, August 15, 2010 9:18 AM To: '[email protected] state.govi; Huma Abedin Subject: Shuttle


I just heard the w eather report that there w ill be thunderstorm s later. Pls check to be sure they aren't supposed to affect flying. Thx.


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conformation of the knot on the head plane crash?
Not suitable for reeducation.
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Powell advised her against cellphones or PDA's in the SCIF! And, mentions that with the new rules it won't be as useful or could get her in trouble to paraphrase.

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contrast with JW:

The emails show that Clinton demanded BlackBerry devices that could be used by her and her staff in her office’s Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF).

EDIT to add link: [link to www.judicialwatch.org]

whoa

that is BLATANT!

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AMATEUR HOUR AT THE WHITE HOUSE"

From: pir To: h <[email protected]>, cdm ; huma abedin <[email protected]>; jake sullivan Date: 2009-11-23 03:00 Subject: "AMATEUR HOUR AT THE WHITE HOUSE"

UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06133138 Date: 11/02/2016 RELEASE IN PART B6 From: FIR Sent: 11/23/2009 11:36:01 PM +00:00 To: H <[email protected]> CC: CDM ; Hume Abedin <[email protected] ntonemail.com>; Jake Sullivan Subject: "Amateur Hour at the White House" Amateur Hour at the White House By Leslie H. Gelb The Daily Beast, November 23, 2009 The Asia trip was not worth Obama's time. Leslie H. Gelb on why the president should shake up his foreign policy team— and make sure the deals are done before he leaves home. President Obama's nine-day trip to Asia is worth a look back to fix two potent problems, past and future. First, the trip's limited value per day of presidential effort suggests a disturbing amateurishness in managing America's power. On top of the inexcusably clumsy review of Afghan policy and the fumbling of Mideast negotiations, the message for Mr. Obama should be clear: He should stare hard at the skills of his foreign-policy team and, more so, at his own dominant role in decision-making. Something is awry somewhere, and he's got to fix it. Secondly, the Asia trip presented an important opportunity to carve out a new American leadership role in the world's most dynamic economic region, and Mr. Obama missed it. He only scratched the surface in his calls for multilateralism and mutual understanding. He needs to paint pictures of how W ashington will help solve regional security and trade problems. Otherwise, most Asian nations will continue their unwanted drift toward China and away from the United States. UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06133138 Date: 11/02/2016 A meditation on his journey should start by forgetting half of the last week's commentary. Unbelievably, some criticized Obama for not getting China to "throw its weight around." What Asian leaders want that? None that I know of. Others lamented that Obama couldn't make "demands" on China anymore. The presumption here is that China is now king, and that Washington can no longer have its way with Beijing. The facts are that Washington never did boss Beijing around, and that China is not now ruling the roost (more accurately, it's sitting on its own eggs). Others contended that Obama continued his pattern of trashing America's friends and coddling its authoritarian enemies like China. It's hard to stomach this nonsense from the same conservative crowd that forever praised George W. Bush for accommodating China and alienating America's allies. Some analysts played fair and acknowledged that administration officials tried to tell reporters not to expect "deliverables" on the trip, and to see the journey more as a recognition of Asia's new importance and America's desire for a new co-operative spirit. That's a commendable thought, but hardly justification for almost two weeks of the president's time (when you consider preparations)— especially when he's got a tanking economy, health-care reform woes, and decisions to make on Afghanistan. Presidents take trips like this one only when they need breakthroughs and accomplishments on certain issues that can't be agreed on without the pressure of an impending presidential visit. In fact, most presidents wouldn't even commit to trips abroad without knowing that key deals would be finally agreed on and announced during the visit itself. The prospective visit is the power jackhammer to nail down the deals. Just take a gander at trips planned for Richard Nixon by Henry Kissinger or for George H. W. Bush by James Baker. Obama's travels were a chance to settle or make concrete progress on thorny issues like greenhouse-gas emissions, and the fate of U.S. bases on Okinawa, which the new Japanese government insists on moving. It was time to announce ways to gain fixes on the U.S.-South Korean trade treaty, long stalled in Congress. It was a moment to show that Beijing would actually make some mutually beneficial compromises on exchange rates or economic sanctions against Iranian and North Korean nuclear programs. Absent guarantees of progress on issues such as these, Mr. Obama should have taken a well-deserved vacation in Hawaii. Matters were made worse on the scene. It was not good optics for Obama to bow to Japan's emperor. He seems to do this stuff spontaneously and inexplicably, as with his bow to the Saudi King some months ago. And it was truly unfortunate that Obama and his aides didn't flatly insist that he be allowed to address the Chinese people directly on television and meet with non- stacked Chinese groups—as has been the case during previous presidential visits. Beijing's leaders obviously didn't feel confident enough of their own standing at home to give the popular Mr. Obama such access. But he and his team should have made it a precondition of the visit. Its absence left an unhappy taste. The White House might try to blame the State Department (such an easy and delicious target) for the missteps. But State's role in the conceptual planning of the trip was not central, and the department's senior Asia hand, Kurt Campbell, surely knew better. It's also hard to tar the National Security Council's own senior Asia expert, Jeff Bader, another pro like Campbell. Perhaps even higher officials at the NSC dropped the ball. Perhaps Mr. Obama might take responsibility himself, as President Kennedy did after the Bay of Pigs fiasco in 1961. Now, that would truly clear the air—and open the door to some obvious
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Hello, Brooke-- I am lookina forward to snendino tim e B w Pakistan and the Middle Eas , Y schedule ( and much of the world's) is not settled.

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AMATEUR HOUR AT THE WHITE HOUSE"

From: pir To: h <[email protected]>, cdm ; huma abedin <[email protected]>; jake sullivan Date: 2009-11-23 03:00 Subject: "AMATEUR HOUR AT THE WHITE HOUSE"

UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06133138 Date: 11/02/2016 RELEASE IN PART B6 From: FIR Sent: 11/23/2009 11:36:01 PM +00:00 To: H <[email protected]> CC: CDM ; Hume Abedin <[email protected] ntonemail.com>; Jake Sullivan Subject: "Amateur Hour at the White House" Amateur Hour at the White House By Leslie H. Gelb The Daily Beast, November 23, 2009 The Asia trip was not worth Obama's time. Leslie H. Gelb on why the president should shake up his foreign policy team— and make sure the deals are done before he leaves home. President Obama's nine-day trip to Asia is worth a look back to fix two potent problems, past and future. First, the trip's limited value per day of presidential effort suggests a disturbing amateurishness in managing America's power. On top of the inexcusably clumsy review of Afghan policy and the fumbling of Mideast negotiations, the message for Mr. Obama should be clear: He should stare hard at the skills of his foreign-policy team and, more so, at his own dominant role in decision-making. Something is awry somewhere, and he's got to fix it. Secondly, the Asia trip presented an important opportunity to carve out a new American leadership role in the world's most dynamic economic region, and Mr. Obama missed it. He only scratched the surface in his calls for multilateralism and mutual understanding. He needs to paint pictures of how W ashington will help solve regional security and trade problems. Otherwise, most Asian nations will continue their unwanted drift toward China and away from the United States. UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department of State Case No. F-2016-07895 Doc No. C06133138 Date: 11/02/2016 A meditation on his journey should start by forgetting half of the last week's commentary. Unbelievably, some criticized Obama for not getting China to "throw its weight around." What Asian leaders want that? None that I know of. Others lamented that Obama couldn't make "demands" on China anymore. The presumption here is that China is now king, and that Washington can no longer have its way with Beijing. The facts are that Washington never did boss Beijing around, and that China is not now ruling the roost (more accurately, it's sitting on its own eggs). Others contended that Obama continued his pattern of trashing America's friends and coddling its authoritarian enemies like China. It's hard to stomach this nonsense from the same conservative crowd that forever praised George W. Bush for accommodating China and alienating America's allies. Some analysts played fair and acknowledged that administration officials tried to tell reporters not to expect "deliverables" on the trip, and to see the journey more as a recognition of Asia's new importance and America's desire for a new co-operative spirit. That's a commendable thought, but hardly justification for almost two weeks of the president's time (when you consider preparations)— especially when he's got a tanking economy, health-care reform woes, and decisions to make on Afghanistan. Presidents take trips like this one only when they need breakthroughs and accomplishments on certain issues that can't be agreed on without the pressure of an impending presidential visit. In fact, most presidents wouldn't even commit to trips abroad without knowing that key deals would be finally agreed on and announced during the visit itself. The prospective visit is the power jackhammer to nail down the deals. Just take a gander at trips planned for Richard Nixon by Henry Kissinger or for George H. W. Bush by James Baker. Obama's travels were a chance to settle or make concrete progress on thorny issues like greenhouse-gas emissions, and the fate of U.S. bases on Okinawa, which the new Japanese government insists on moving. It was time to announce ways to gain fixes on the U.S.-South Korean trade treaty, long stalled in Congress. It was a moment to show that Beijing would actually make some mutually beneficial compromises on exchange rates or economic sanctions against Iranian and North Korean nuclear programs. Absent guarantees of progress on issues such as these, Mr. Obama should have taken a well-deserved vacation in Hawaii. Matters were made worse on the scene. It was not good optics for Obama to bow to Japan's emperor. He seems to do this stuff spontaneously and inexplicably, as with his bow to the Saudi King some months ago. And it was truly unfortunate that Obama and his aides didn't flatly insist that he be allowed to address the Chinese people directly on television and meet with non- stacked Chinese groups—as has been the case during previous presidential visits. Beijing's leaders obviously didn't feel confident enough of their own standing at home to give the popular Mr. Obama such access. But he and his team should have made it a precondition of the visit. Its absence left an unhappy taste. The White House might try to blame the State Department (such an easy and delicious target) for the missteps. But State's role in the conceptual planning of the trip was not central, and the department's senior Asia hand, Kurt Campbell, surely knew better. It's also hard to tar the National Security Council's own senior Asia expert, Jeff Bader, another pro like Campbell. Perhaps even higher officials at the NSC dropped the ball. Perhaps Mr. Obama might take responsibility himself, as President Kennedy did after the Bay of Pigs fiasco in 1961. Now, that would truly clear the air—and open the door to some obvious
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DO YOU REMEMBER THE EARLY FIRST BOB WOODWARD BOOK THAT CAME OUT OBOUT OBAMA IN HIS FIRST TERM???..IT WASA TITLED THE AMATEUR!!!!
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Im off site.

I'm just bitter.

On 12/20/10 12:04 PM, Sean Noonan wrote:

Three. Marko can send the pizza he was whining about to us.

On 12/20/10 12:00 PM, Anya Alfano wrote:

That makes two of us...

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I could kill for a good pizza right now, so jealous...


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