Email: Podesta asked Clinton to call 'needy' Richardson
Oct 19 2016 by Larry Hoffman
There are e-mails suggesting a top Democratic National Committee official fed Hillary Clinton questions at a town hall forum and e-mails showing Clinton staffers criticizing Catholics.
"Many of the most powerful elements of the conservative movement are all Catholic (many converts).they must be attracted to the systematic thought and [severely] backwards gender relations", Halpin allegedly wrote.
Hillary Clinton promised a positive approach by her campaign in the final four weeks of what has been a vitriolic race for president, telling south Coloradans that all Donald Trump and his team "have left" is negativity.
"We are trying to find a good way to leak her opposition to the pipeline without her having to actually say it and give up her principled stand about not second-guessing the president in public", wrote speechwriter Dan Schwerin.
Clinton headed out west as she faces more tough questions amid the latest hack, reportedly belonging to campaign chairman John Podesta, who says the FBI is investigating.
"I'm a Catholic. I don't recognize that email that we saw".
"Let Hillary Clinton stand up here for an hour and talk the way I talk, and let's see how long she lasts, folks", Trump said.
If true, the assertion from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta would amount to an extraordinary link between Russian Federation and an American presidential campaign.
Stone, who regularly talks to Trump, told CBS4 News the Tweet was in reference to a separate story he was working on regarding Podesta that would accuse Podesta of possible criminal wrongdoing.
Halpin then writes back, "Excellent point".
"It is now clear that the illegal hack of my personal email account was - just like the other recent, election-related hacks - the work of the Russian government", Podesta said in a statement. Communications director Jennifer Palmieri exchanged emails that expose a repugnant anti-Catholic bias. The Catholic leader also wondered out loud what else Clinton's associates are saying about Catholics and their faith.
Palmieri responded: "I imagine they think it is the most socially acceptable, politically conservative religion - their rich friends wouldn't understand if they became evangelical".
But Dr. Patrick Maney, a professor of History at Boston College who has written extensively on the Clintons, offered a somewhat different take.
In other documents recently released by WikiLeaks, Clinton, in private speeches to major banks in 2013 and 2014, expressed views in favor of free trade and Wall Street self-regulation that are at odds with her positions as a candidate.
"She's got the respect of both parties", Laydon said.