Hillary Clinton’s chief of staff at the State Department was listed as a director at the Clinton Foundation in its corporate records for more than three years after joining the administration, highlighting concerns that Clinton’s aides were too close to the foundation during her tenure.
Hillary Clinton knowingly acted to circumvent the Freedom of Information Act by creating a private email server, according to legal experts.
Bad news for Hillary Clinton: Her favorability rating continues to fall, and a recent Quinnipiac poll of swing states (Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania) found that most voters would not describe her as “honest and trustworthy.”
The Associated Press report that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton also used an iPad to send emails from her private account. This appears to undermine Clinton’s initial explanation that her decision to use a private email server was motivated by her desire to carry a single device (a BlackBerry).
Emails obtained by the AP show that Clinton occasionally mixed up personal correspondence with work-related matters. For example, Clinton once responded to an email from senior aide Huma Abedin—relating to drone strikes in Pakistan—with a series of questions about interior decorating.
Via Major Garrett, here’s a look at the Open Secrets list of congressional staffers who have traversed the “revolving door” to (or from) K-Street lobbying firms. Guess which politician has the most former staffers represented?
It is a testament to the reputation Bill and Hillary Clinton have acquired over the years that the answer to this question is “Yeah, probably. [Shrug.]”