WikiLeaks has long been the Achilles heel of the Clinton campaign. On Tuesday WikiLeaks decided to release more damning information regarding Hillary’s email and the scandal that has surrounded her run this election year.

A close confidant in Clinton’s campaign believed that Clinton didn’t disclose the private email server because she “wanted to get away with” keeping her work documents outside the reach of anyone requesting information through the Freedom of Information Act.


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In a message chain between Center for American Progress president, Neera Tanden, and Clinton chairman, John Podesta, they discussed Hillary needing to pass her emails over to the National Archives.

Clinton’s chairman Podesta urgently pushed for Hillary to “immediately” act first by handing over the emails.


The conversation came just one day after the New York Times first published evidence of Clinton and her private email server.

Tanden inquired, “Why didn’t they get this stuff out like 18 months ago? So crazy.”


Tanden seemingly answered her own question, stating, “[I] guess I know the answer,” Adding, “[T]hey wanted to get away with it.”

Podesta came to a boiling point when he criticized Mills and Kendall, along with former Clinton spokesman Philippe Reines on how they handled the situation. They “sure weren’t forthcoming on the facts here,” he wrote.

Mills and Clinton go way back and Mills seems to be a confidant of sorts for Clinton. Mills was Clinton’s chief of staff at the U.S. State Department from 2009 to 2013.

Tanden fumingly claimed, “This is a [C]heryl special.” She added, “[I] know you love her, but this stuff is like her Achilles heal [sic]. Or kryptonite. [S]he just can’t say no to this s**t.”


This is just more evidence exposing Hillary and her campaign of shady and questionable, or downright illegal, activity.


The Obama administration has long pointed the blame towards the Russian intelligence Services, claiming Vladimir Putin’s government is plotting to prevent Clinton from becoming the next president.

Regardless of who is reportedly involved and for what reasons, what we know for sure is that Clinton was caught red-handed breaking the law and shouldn’t be trusted. As if there was ever any doubt.'

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