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Hillary Clinton confused?

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By Ann Tyller | November 18, 2015 12:58 am

According to Hume Adelin, vice-chairwoman of Mrs. Clinton’s campaign for US presidency Hillary is “often confused” and in need of careful guidance in her daily schedule.

Mrs. Adelin also stated that Hillary Clinton ‘emails from Department of State internet server where often sent through non-governmental and unsecured server.

This revelation has followed a recent public scandal that emerged after it was discovered that Hillary Clinton while still being Secretary of State had conducted Department of State official correspondence through private E-Mail accounts. All together about 32,000 emails were sent through private email accounts and later deleted.

According to Hume Adelin, vice-chairwoman of Mrs. Clinton’s campaign for US presidency Hillary is "often confused"

According to Hume Adelin, vice-chairwoman of Mrs. Clinton’s campaign for US presidency Hillary is “often confused”

An FBI investigation was ordered after political opponents asserted that the practice violated state department security regulations and federal laws.

-Huma Abedin’s description of Hillary Clinton as ‘confused’ tells us that Mrs. Clinton either pretend to be “confused” to cover her violations of Department of State security regulations or she is not fit to be engaged in any important USA government work.

Said Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch.

-These emails also show that Hillary Clinton’s decision to use private email servers to conduct government business was illegal and risky.

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