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Clinton Aide Cries Foul on Obama

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The next day, Clinton Communications Director Jennifer Palmieri also confirmed that Obama was aware of Clinton’s personal account, during a discussion with senior Clinton adviser Philippe Reines on how to handle the president’s remarks.

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CLEAN THIS UP' Clinton top aide cried foul on Obama's email denial. This article is published at 26 October 2016 02:55 from FOX World Top Stories, click on the read full article link below to see further details.
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One of Hillary Clinton’s top aides urged colleagues to “clean this up” after President Obama claimed in March 2015 he only learned of Clinton’s private email system from news reports -- a statement the aide pointedly challenged by noting the president"has emails" from her non-department address.

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What did you expect him to admit he helped her? The top Democratic front runner at the time? Ofcourse not.
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One of Hillary Clinton’s top aides urged colleagues to “clean this up” after President Obama claimed in March 2015 he only learned of Clinton’s private email system from news reports -- a statement the aide pointedly challenged by noting the president"has emails" from her non-department address.

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The next day, Clinton Communications Director Jennifer Palmieri also confirmed that Obama was aware of Clinton’s personal account, during a discussion with senior Clinton adviser Philippe Reines on how to handle the president’s remarks.

Of course he knew about it but there is no way he is going to admit it. That would be political suicide. She is looking for someone to help her share the blame but she will go this one alone. I think even Bill will stay away from this one.
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I can't wait for the tell all books to start coming out about this whole fiasco.
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It appears she is willing to step on and over anyone to get his job. Obama took it well I must say.
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The Massachusetts governor said in a statement: “Sen. Obama and I are longtime friends and allies. We often share ideas about politics, policy and language. The argument in question, on the value of words in the public square, is one about which he and I have spoken frequently before. Given the recent attacks from Sen. Clinton, I applaud him [for] responding in just the way he did.”


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