Clinton Responds to Drone Crash E-Mail: I Like These
A batch of e-mails released by the Associated Press included one interesting exchange with Hillary’s top aide Huma Abedin regarding drones.
Abedin sent Clinton an article on an American drone crash in Pakistan. The response? “I like the idea of these.”
No, the former head of the State Department wasn’t saying she likes the idea of drone crashes, but the explanation behind the response isn’t much better. Hillary had apparently accidentally sent decorating questions to her top aide in response to the article.
Via the Daily Caller:
While secretary of state, Hillary Clinton accidentally replied to an email about a fallen U.S. drone in Pakistan with her thoughts about decorations.
“I like the idea of these,” she wrote in response to the email containing an Associated Press story about a tussle between Pakistani soldiers and Taliban fighters for the U.S. drone. “How high are they? What would the bench be made of?”
“And I’d prefer two shelves or attractive boxes/baskets/containers on one,” she continued. “What do you think?”
Here is a copy…
Remember when the media used to mock John McCain for his inability to use the internet and/or e-mail? It was part of the ‘McCain is too old to run for President’ messaging.
Where is the widespread Hillary mockery?
That said, what’s even more important about this e-mail discovery than the comedic factor, is the fact that Hillary has been caught in yet another lie.
Via The Blaze:
The emails show that Clinton used an iPad in addition to a cellphone for her email, despite her previous statements that she wanted to limit herself to one device and one email address out of “convenience.”
This is the latest in the ongoing controversy surrounding Clinton’s exclusive use of her personal email address with messages stored on a computer server located at her home in Chappaqua, New York.
Clinton later admitted, ”Looking back, it would have been probably, you know, smarter to have used two devices.”
Perhaps it would be wise if Clinton admits to the fact that she’s not qualified to be President based on this latest scandal. She would do well to stick to decorating with Huma, rather than planning on re-decorating the White House in 2016.