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First Round of Hillary Emails Released and the Contents Are FRIGHTENING

WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 06:  Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers remarks after being presented the 2013 Tom Lantos Human Rights Prize December 6, 2013 in Washington, DC. Clinton received the award for her work in the areas of women's rights and internet freedom.  (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

The first round of Hillary Clinton’s emails sent while Secretary of State from her private and illegal email address have just been released. The emails are, of course, only the ones deemed worthy for public consumption. There are countless more which the Clinton camp decided the American public never needed to see and were deleted.

Twitter users are having a heyday finding nuggets in the dump, and one such user, Josh Jordan, aka @NumbersMuncher, found this gem:

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The email is between Hillary Rodham (she doesn’t use Clinton in any of her private email addresses, curiously) and her scheduler. Hillary learns of a cabinet meeting from the media (kind of like how her boss hears all of his news) and has no idea if she’s allowed to go, nor what her own schedule is that day.

Despite supposedly being in Obama’s inner circle, it’s clear from this email that was just not the case.

There were other gems within the email dump. Hillary, a woman of the people, an everyday American, can’t use a fax machine, nor could she be bothered to pick up the phone and ask someone herself to get her iced tea, she had to email her assistant to do so.

And just think, as Jay Caruso pointed out on Twitter,¬†that¬†email wasn’t deemed personal (many others were, which were supposedly the ones deleted).

Hillary got away with the private email address because those in the administration claim they had no knowledge of it.

Problem is, as Zeke Miller exposed, many of those same administration members can clearly be seen communicating with Clinton’s private email server.

Thousands of emails were dropped yesterday and the press is just parsing through their contents. What else do you think they’ll find?

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