Exposing Hillary So She Won't Get Elected

Emails Reveal Team Clinton’s Contempt for Media

Emails from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s personal email account released by the State Department on Friday her top staffers mocking reporters, dubbing one a “pain in the ass” and accusing another of engaging in behavior that’s not normal “among any type of mammal.”

Yes, America, these are the people who’ll be running the show come 2016.

In one instance, on September 26, 2012, Clinton forwarded her then deputy chief of staff, Jake Sullivan, a New York Times article. The story claimed Clinton “suggested there was a link between the Qaeda franchise in North Africa and the attack at the American diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya.”

“Well this is a stretch beyond what I said or intended, but I don’t think we need to say more,” Clinton wrote, adding, “Do you agree?”

Sullivan’s response: “We are working with Schmitt [one of the reporters who worked on the story], who is being a pain in the ass.”

Another message from October 11, 2012 featured Clinton’s longtime adviser, Philippe Reines (pictured), describing an interview.

The email was sent from Reines to Clinton and Tom Nides, who was her deputy secretary of state. In it, Reines mocked Wall Street Journal reporter Monica Langley’s behavior during an interview with Clinton and said he had never witnessed “that behavior among any type of mammal.”

“She moved that yellow chair as close as it went. Knee to knee. Amazed she didn’t try knee in between knee. And if that wasn’t enough, she leaned forward. More like a pivot, as far as her torso could fold forward to minimize the space between their heads. Was like the dental hygienist rolling around on the floor to get the best access to your mouth depending on what tooth she was trying to get access to,” Reines wrote of Langley.

Reines continued by contrasting Langley’s alleged behavior with other journalists who covered Clinton.

“I’ve never seen a Westerner invade her space like that. And even the non-Westerners I’ve seen do it based on cultural differences have been only briefly to greet. This went on like that for 51 minutes — unacceptable in any culture,” wrote Reines, adding, “I don’t even think you see that behavior among any type of mammal. The touching the leg and repeatedly calling her ‘Hillary’ was just gravy.”

Nides clearly enjoyed Reines’ dramatic narration of the interview. He wrote back: “I may go throw up since I am laughing so hard,” Nides wrote.

Reines’ most infamous exchange with a reporter was an expletive-filled argument he had with Buzzfeed’s Michael Hastings on September 23, 2012. Hastings accused Reines of giving an “offensive” statement to CNN and offering “bullsh*t” responses to his questions. Reines responded by calling Hastings an “unmitigated asshole” and telling him to “f*ck off.”

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