Terrified Hillary aide Huma breaks silence about email probe: ‘I can’t even imagine what’s in those emails’

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Longtime Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin finally spoke out on the email controversy swirling around her boss, saying she is terrified at what may be in the emails they have exchanged that have since been released to the public.

Abedin commented on the email “fiasco” during an interview on the “Call Your Girlfriend” podcast, The Daily Caller reported.

Currently serving as vice chair of Clinton’s presidential campaign, Abedin’s close relationship with Clinton dates back to 1996, when she first started working for the then-first lady as a fresh-faced 19-year-old intern from George Washington University.

The loyal aide confessed in the interview that she has yet to read the emails she exchanged with Clinton that have been released to the public, saying she is “mortified” by what may be in them.

“It’s terrifying,” Abedin said.

“It’s something I can’t really think about because I can’t even imagine what’s in those emails,” she added. “But I’m sure I would be — I would probably be mortified. I have no idea. I haven’t read any of them.”

The wife of disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner tried to convince listeners the release of Clinton’s emails has resulted in more votes because it exposes her boss as “a warm, caring, thoughtful person.”

Yes, that Hillary Clinton.

“I think the story…I found most interesting was a woman, and I don’t remember any of the details, but a woman who said she didn’t support Hillary until she read all of her emails,” Abedin said.

“And then she saw what a warm, caring, thoughtful, determined person she was,” she continued. “And I don’t know if it was that she flipped or she just didn’t support her before, whatever it was.”

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Tom Tillison


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