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Hillary’s State Department Scrubs Embarrassing Documents Clean

Wouldn’t it look bad for Hillary if on her watch at the State Department one of her ambassadors was accused of being a pedophile? If another ambassador nominee was allegedly caught having an affair, orally, on the embassy roof, on camera? Wouldn’t incidents like that chip away at the image she is selling of a competent manager ready to take on the bigger responsibilities of the White House?

Yep, they would.

Which is likely why Hillary’s State Department scrubbed all sorts of potentially damaging material from internal reports, most pointedly information suggesting Clinton enforcer Cheryl Mills, pictured, demanded the cover-ups. Mills is likely to be Hillary’s White House Chief of Staff come 2017.

The Washington Examiner headlines a story of how State Department officials cut out embarrassing passages of a report before publishing it during Hillary Clinton’s last days as secretary of state. Earlier drafts of the final document revealed details about the “undue influence” that is mentioned only briefly in the published version released to the public.

The Washington Examiner obtained a dozen drafts of the report that revealed officials edited out many of the nasty bits in late 2012. The deleted information gave details of several investigations stymied by high-level staff.

A draft dated November 16, 2012 contained several passages that explained the extent of interference in investigations from staff in Clinton’s office.

Sources reported that a senior “7th Floor” Department official (the 7th Floor is State Department slang for the Secretary of State’s suite) ordered diplomatic security to stop the investigation of an ambassador accused of pedophilia, and another such senior official had diplomatic security stop an investigation of an ambassador-designate,” the report said.

Another deleted passage refers to the Bureau of Diplomatic Security being caught “circling the wagons to protect favored rising stars from criminal charges or from embarrassing revelations that could harm a promising career.”

You can read the original report text, as well as the laundered version, here.