Sunday, August 21, 2016

Secretary V. Secretary


In the thirties, it was WIFE VERSUS SECRETARY.

These days.

Former Secretaries of State do battle.

And PEOPLE gets the big scoop.

Yes, that is correct.

PEOPLE is reporting:

"Her people have been trying to pin it on me," Powell, 79, told PEOPLE Saturday night at the Apollo in the Hamptons 2016 Night of Legends fĂȘte in East Hampton, New York.

"The truth is, she was using [the private email server] for a year before I sent her a memo telling her what I did," Powell added. 

What's Colin Powell talking about?

Hillary Clinton.

And apparently her latest lies.

David Wright (CNN) reported Friday:

Hillary Clinton told the FBI that her predecessor Colin Powell recommended that she use a private email account during her tenure as Secretary of State, according to a new report.
The New York Times reported on the revelation Thursday, based on notes from Clinton's interview with the FBI about her server that were delivered to Congress this week, and on a preview of a book about Bill Clinton's post-presidential years. 

Hillary's lie was then presented as fact online, as WORLD TRIBUNE notes in "Facebook feed pushed fake story on Colin Powell and Hillary Clinton's email."

Hillary just can't stop lying.

Colbert I. King (WASHINGTON POST) expressed dismay:

Powell ought not be dragged down into the mud with Hillary Clinton.
If in fact there is someone among Clinton’s Praetorian Guard who has been manufacturing the arguments used to defend her email malpractice, that loyalist ought to voluntarily clean out the desk and quietly steal away into the night.

However, if Clinton herself has been concocting these absurd excuses for her careless behavior with the nation’s secrets, then her protectors have a duty to cease being enablers and set her straight. So she can talk straight with the nation.

Hillary's need to lie always trips her up.

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