How is Hillary going to explain this one? She’s not.
Americans will have to wait until President Obama leaves office to see his email exchanges with then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. But a new batch of State Department emails from when Clinton ran the agency reveals the breadth of her personal network — from Lady Gaga to then-British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
The 7,000 emails released Friday show her Rolodex included powerful celebrities, CEOs, political advisers and politicians that she’s now tapping for her Democratic presidential campaign.
The release, the largest since the State Department began posting the records in May, show Clinton and her aides balanced requests from a long list of boldface names.
Lady Gaga complimented her, Blair praised her for doing the “Lord’s Work,” Myanmar’s pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi asked for technology help and former President Jimmy Carter pitched in on negotiations with North Korea.
But as with prior releases, any communication between Obama and Clinton was absent.
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