Has The Scapegoat For Hillary’s Emails Just Been Revealed?

We all know that the FBI is currently investigating the ‘classified’ emails that were obtained from Hillary Clinton’s private email server. Now the question is, who is going to take the fall for good old Hillary? My money is on this little jewel right here.

As Reported by Politico:

Hillary Clinton email probe turns to Huma

Clinton’s top aide is likely to face more questions, not least from congressional investigators, about her access to Clinton’s system.

Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton’s most trusted confidante, is increasingly becoming a central figure in the email scandal that’s haunting her boss on the campaign trail, as Republicans and federal judges seek information about Clinton’s communications while she was running the State Department.

The 2016 Democratic front-runner on Monday told a federal judge that Abedin — long considered her boss’s keeper and even dubbed her “shadow” — had her own email account on Clinton’s now infamous home-brewed server, “which was used at times for government business,” Clinton acknowledged. That’s an unusual arrangement, even for top brass at the State Department.

Then to top it all off, guess what Huma is up too?

Abedin has hired a team of lawyers, one of whom is a former Clinton aide, who are responding to information requests from the courts and State. They’ve denied any wrongdoing on the part of their client and said Abedin is cooperating with requests for official emails in her possession, aiming to turn over all her correspondence by the end of August.


Hillary Clinton email probe turns to Huma – Rachael Bade – POLITICO

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton laughs before delivering remarks on American leadership at the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington

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