August 23, 2016

Jimmy Kimmel's Youtube: "Secretary Hillary Clinton says she isn’t worried about the emails of hers that will be released shortly before her debate with Donald Trump."

She reports that her emails are ultimately boring, and confesses that she never emailed Donald Trump.

Not concerned? I wouldn't be either.

What else do they have? The Republicans have cried "Wolf" over their opponent so many times she's now immune to almost any criticism. And if you think Cable News is going to spend more than two news cycles in August on what is universally reported by people who've read them to be the writing of an above-average diplomat, hard working public servant, and devoted friend? When Trump has a new tweetstorm? Really.

Our own Karoli read all the emails from the Summer batch, and said:

...something else I learned about her through those emails: She’ll fight. And she’ll fight hard. She won’t shy away from a renegade Congress and she won’t always play nice. But she does play by the rules, which is more than I can say for a lot of the candidates on the other side.

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