Near the beginning of a recent interview, an FBI investigator broached a topic with longtime Hillary Clinton aide Cheryl Mills that her lawyer and the Justice Department had agreed would be off limits, according to several people familiar with the matter.However, in this case, the client should be the State Dept, and not Hillary Clinton, because Cheryl Mills was on the State Department payroll at the time.
Mills and her lawyer left the room — though both returned a short time later — and prosecutors were somewhat taken aback that their FBI colleague had ventured beyond what was anticipated, the people said.
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The questions that were considered off limits had to do with the procedure used to produce emails to the State Department so they could possibly be released publicly, the people said. Mills, an attorney herself, was not supposed to be asked questions about that — and ultimately never was in the recent interview — because it was considered confidential as an example of attorney-client privilege, the people said.
Via Wombat-socho's In The Mailbox: 05.10.16, Don Surber's Never forget, the problem is Hillary, Joe For America: Thirteen Minutes Of Lying – May Be A Record, Even For Hillary, and Twitchy: Trump Goes After Clinton On Benghazi With Brutal Instagram Video.
In the National Archives Vaughn Index for the case, we learn that the government is sitting on at least twelve versions of the the draft indictment of Mrs. Clinton, including one “listing overt acts.” From the public record, we know that the Whitewater case centered around whether Mrs. Clinton, while First Lady, lied to federal investigators about her role in the corrupt Arkansas S&L, concealed documents (including material under federal subpoena), and took other steps to cover-up her involvment. Prosecutors ultimately decided not to indict Mrs. Clinton, concluding that they could not win the complicated, largely circumstantial case against such a high-profile figure. The draft indictments range from three to forty pages—the former likely excerpts or “scraps” from longer documents, the Vaughn Index indicates. Some of the drafts doubtless are copies but many clearly are not. A total of 451 pages of draft indictments are being withheld by the Archives.Hillary is taking drug money: Hillary Clinton’s Prescription Pill Problem: OxyContin Inventor is a Clinton Foundation Donor
Clinton has sought to villainize the painkiller industry in recent days, voicing support for a proposed tax that would be paid by drug manufacturers for any pain pill sold that uses active opioid ingredients—the most popular of which is OxyContin, a slow-release pill that has been described as “the perfect recipe for addiction” and has been abused by more than 7 million Americans over the past two decades. . . Clinton has previously stated that “the drug companies” are her enemies. The Clinton campaign did not return a request for comment.Really, this is nothing. Rich executives support Democrats. Big Whoop. But now image they were giving the money to Republicans; what do you expect the media response would be. Koch brothers, anyone?
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Hillary continues to slog her way to the convention as Bernie Wins West Virginia. Clinton Faces Hard Reality Of Unity In Trump Country. Could it be she made it Trump Country by promising to destroy all the coal miners jobs? But she promised to replace them with rainbows and unicorn farts!
And the coal issue may be hurting her against Trump as well: Dead heat: Trump, Clinton tied in 3 swing-state polls The poll shows close races in Florida, Pennsylvania and Ohio. Both Pennsylvania and Ohio have large coal consistencies. Reuters show the gap between Hillary and Donald has closed considerably in recent polls, 42% to 38% with 20% undecided or otherwise unwilling to chose.
Going over the lip of the preference cascade? Michael Goodman at the New York Post thinks Hillary Clinton is unraveling quickly. Trump Paralyzed Hillary’s Campaign from a supporter.