A.B. Stoddard: ‘Any Kind of Pattern of Access’ in the Emails Could End Hillary’s Candidacy

‘If they don’t think that could happen, Democrats have their head in the sand’

STODDARD: "Huma Abedin ended up with four paychecks from a private firm, from the State Department, from the foundation, and probably personal funds from the Clinton family, as well. But she is sort of the worst case example. But all of them have interwoven interests and potential conflicts that are overlapping. It’s clear that you don’t have to read the book to know that the foundation was tied into her tenure at the State Department. Any Democrat who doesn’t believe there is a possibility of a big document dump of e-mails indicating that this kind of access was provided. And I’m not even talking about, maybe favors on policy prescriptions were not provided. But any kind of pattern of access and pattern of answering people’s questions really could end her candidacy. If they don’t think that could happen, Democrats have their head in the sand."

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