The Last Of Hillary Clinton’s E-Mails Will Be Released Tonight

The State Department has announced that they’ll be releasing the last of Hillary Clinton’s infamous e-mails, amounting to about 3,800 pages, at 6 p.m. Eastern today. This will bring our national nightmare to an end. Enough about her damn e-mails, indeed!

Today is the deadline to make all documents public from Clinton’s time as Secretary of State, and this is the second dump in the last week – on Saturday, the State Department released 1,500 e-mails to meet the deadline. All told, there are about 53,000 pages of Clinton e-mails that have now been made public.

And what have we learned? Well, Clinton likes gefilte fish and watches The Good Wife and Parks and Recreation, she has mixed strategies for keeping information secure, she’s flip-flopped on a trade deal with Colombia, she uses the name “Diane Reynolds” to check into hotels (she also used the name “Gert”/”Gertie” to an old friend), she may or may not know how to use a fax machine, she encouraged the Obama administration to take a harder line on anti-gay laws in Africa and was excited to be honored at World Pride in 2012.

In other words, they’ve revealed that she’s a person and an American politician, in case we weren’t all apprised of that before FOX News made this into a #thing, and she’s lived up to her claim that the private e-mail server was a matter of convenience and that she didn’t use it inappropriately. Unless, of course, these last 3,800 pages are shockingly different from the 49,200 that preceded them.

While Hillary has been releasing years and years of e-mails, of course, Donald Trump still hasn’t released his tax returns. Seems fair.

 

[Reuters]
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