More Work-Related Emails Found From Clinton’s Private Account

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Clinton aide Abedin delayed providing ethics data to State Dept before hiring in special post.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton failed to turn over an email correspondence between herself and David Petraeus, officials within the Obama administration announced Friday.

WASHINGTON — After Hillary Rodham Clinton designated long-time aide Huma Abedin for a job as a special adviser working for her at the State Department in 2012, Abedin delayed providing personal financial information repeatedly sought by the department’s ethics officials to determine if she had any potential conflicts of interest, newly-released emails show.Politico co-founder Jim VandeHei argued that “a lot of voters in a lot of important places don’t think Hillary Clinton is honest” on Friday’s “Morning Joe.” VandeHei explained that in the current political system there is “raw anger,” which is “why Donald Trump can be nasty and be successful. This revelation challenges Clinton’s claim that she turned over all of her work related email communications to investigators that she sent using her “homebrew” email account and server. (RELATED: FBI Has Supposedly Recovered Lost Clinton Emails) According to the Associated Press, the contents of the emails were mainly of a personal nature, with no classified material, but they are work-related. After previously working for three years as Clinton’s deputy chief of staff, Abedin shifted from her full-time post to the consulting job for Clinton in June 2012. And you look at The New York Times front page, ‘Clinton Inquiry Weighs if Aides Erred at ‘Send’’ on emails to her that contained sensitive information.

Even on the day of her hiring, a State Department legal official told Abedin that she had still not provided necessary information on a government ethics form requiring her to disclose any outside agreements or transactions. Speaking of her emails on CBS’ “Face the Nation” this week, Clinton said: “We provided all of them.” But the FBI and several congressional committees are investigating. Achilles heel: Chafee’s lack of any significant party loyalty has turned allies into foes throughout his political career, and Democrats aren’t sure he’s entirely with them now.

He was elected to the Senate as a Republican in 2000 but left the party and declared himself a political independent after losing a re-election bid in 2006. Abedin also reportedly worked during that period for the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation, the family charity that Hillary Clinton later helped run before separating from the board earlier this year when she announced her run for the Democratic party’s presidential nomination. But by Jan. 28 — a week after her swearing in — she switched to using the private email address on a homebrew server that she would rely on for the rest of her tenure.

Judicial Watch’s president, Tom Fitton, said Friday that the emails show “Huma Abedin received special treatment contrary to law.” The Judicial Watch findings were first reported by Politico. Claim to fame: O’Malley pushed for laws in Maryland legalizing same-sex marriage and giving illegal immigrants the right to pay reduced tuition rates at public universities. But the plans were delayed, partly because Abedin held off on providing ethics officials with information about financial assets held by her husband. “Anthony filed his separate disclosure last June.

But he’s best known for playing guitar and sung in a celtic band cammed ‘O’Malley’s March.’ Achilles heel: O’Malley may struggle in the Democratic primary since he endorsed Hillary Clinton eight years ago. The House Benghazi Committee plans to hold a public hearing with Clinton next month to hear specifically about what the emails might say about the attack on a U.S. diplomatic outpost in Libya that killed four Americans on Sept. 11, 2012. And the Senate Judiciary Committee’s GOP chairman said he wants the Justice Department to tell him if a criminal investigation is underway into Clinton’s use of private email amid reports this week that the FBI recovered deleted emails from her server. Taylor, the chief of the department’s Financial Disclosure Division, warned Abedin in early June that “the documents I have do not have all the information needed.” Taylor said “we cleared you for the other position already, this information is necessary to close out” her previous job under Clinton.

He served in Republican president Ronald Reagan’s defense directorate as Navy secretary, and earned both the Navy Star and the Purple Heart in combat. Webb is also seen as a quiet scholar who has written more than a half-dozen historical novels and a critically acclaimed history of Scots-Irish U.S. immigrants. Separately Friday, State Department officials said they were providing the Benghazi-focused probe more email exchanges from senior officials pertaining to Libya.

Amid a nationwide clamor to remove the flag from the South Carolina statehouse grounds, he wrote that Americans should ‘respect the complicated history of the Civil War. … Biden would be a natural candidate as the White House’s sitting second-banana, but his reputation as a one-man gaffe factory could keep Democrats from taking him seriously. Warren is a populist liberal who could give Hillary Clinton headaches by challenging her from the left, but she has said she has no plans to run and is happy in the U.S.

Achilles heel: Bush has angered conservatives with his permissive positions on illegal immigration (saying some border-crossing is ‘an act of love) and common-core education standards. His administration continues to operate under a ‘Bridgegate’ cloud: At least two aides have been indicted in an alleged scheme to shut down lanes leading to the George Washington Bridge as political retribution for a mayor who refused to endorse the governor’s re-election. Achilles heel: Some of his critics have taken to call him ‘Grahamnesty,’ citing his participating in a 2013 ‘gang of eight’ strategy to approve an Obama-favored immigration bill. He has also aroused the ire of conservative Republicans by supporting global warming legislation and voting for some of the president’s judicial nominees. Achilles heel: During his first term as governor, Jindal signed a science education law that requires schools to present alternatives to the theory of evolution, including religious creationism.

His staunch defense of businesses that want to steer clear of providing services to same-sex couples at their weddings will win points among evangelicals but alienate others. Achilles heel: While Pataki’s liberal-leaning social agenda plays well in the Empire State, it won’t win him any fans among the GOP’s conservative base.

He supports abortion rights and gay rights, and has advocated strongly in favor of government intervention to stop global warming, which right-wingers believe is overblown as a global threat. He has grabbed the attention of reporters and commentators by unapologetically staking out controversial positions and refusing to budge in the face of criticism. Achilles heel: Trump is a political neophyte who has toyed with running for president and for governor of New York, but shied away from taking the plunge until now.

And his Republican rivals have labeled him an ego-driven celeb and an electoral sideshow because of his all-over-the-map policy history – much of which agreed with today’s today’s democrats – and his past enthusiasm for anti-Obama ‘birtherism.’ Résumé: Famous pediatric neurosurgeon, youngest person to head a major Johns Hopkins Hospital division. Achilles heel: Carson is inflexibly conservative, opposing gay marriage and once saying gay attachments formed in prison provided evidence that sexual orientation is a choice. He is nest known in Virginia for eliminating most of a much-maligned personal property tax on automobiles, working with a Democratic-controlled state legislature to get it passed and enacted. Achilles heel: Gilmore is the only GOP or Democratic candidate for president who has been the chairman of his political party, giving him a rap as an ‘establishment’ candidate. He’s known as an affable Christian and succeeded in building a huge following on his weekend television program, in which he frequently sat in on the electric bass with country & western groups and other ‘wholesome’ musical entertainers.

He complained in 2014 about Obamacare’s mandatory contraception coverage, saying Democrats want women to ‘believe that they are helpless without Uncle Sugar.’ He earned more scorn for hawking herbal supplements in early-2015 infomercials as a diabetes cure, something he has yet to disavow despite disagreement from medical experts. Both Pauls have advocated for a brand of libertarianism that forces government to stop domestic surveillance programs and limits foreign military interventions. Achilles heel: As a young lobbyist, Santorum persuaded the federal government to exempt pro wrestling from regulations governing the use of anabolic steroids. One gay columnist held a contest to redefine his name, buying the ‘santorum.com’ domain to advertise the winning entry – which is too vulgar to print.

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