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“I was not paying attention. For me, it was not like the Hillary Clinton server, it was like an email server she and others were using with political voting stuff," Guccifer said.
launched her 2016 presidential bid on April 12 with a Tweet and a campaign video in which she cast herself as the champion of a middle class still struggling to emerge from recession.
BTW, would like your campaign staff for the 2016 election!
Gods speed and tight hug,
DNC Platform Committee Member
(Lady Lynn Rothschild knows well and I am sorry say that I supported the McCain/Palin ticket the final weeks-I truly believed Sen McCain was more likely include you his cabinet).
The cache of emails released on Tuesday includes correspondence from 2009. But future email releases, according to the State Department, may include additional messages from that year.
The available emails show that, for about six months, Clinton received messages sent to the old account — but responded from “firstname.lastname@example.org.” The last instance, in this release, of an email from the AT&T address was Sept. 20, 2009.The “email@example.com” account was shut off around that time.
Clinton, as aides said earlier this year, no longer has access to those messages.
Aides have maintained since spring that Clinton — now almost three months into her campaign for president — only used one account as secretary of state.
Merrill also said on Tuesday that Clinton only used the “firstname.lastname@example.org” as a senator. (The release on Tuesday also includes messages showing the address, “email@example.com,” which is the same account, according to Merrill. AT&T and Cingular merged in the mid-2000s.)