BY ELIZABETH HARRINGTON
Hillary Clinton’s thoughts about Bernie Sanders supporters were not the only tidbits to emerge from the recently hacked emails of a Clinton staffer.
The 13,000 emails from the account of White House advance staffer Ian Mellul, who contracted with the Clinton campaign, included audio from a private fundraiser in February where Clinton called Sanders supporters “children of the Great Recession” who were “living in their parents’ basement.”
Mellul’s emails also provided insight into how Clinton’s advance team planned for events with her, former President Bill Clinton, Vice President Joe Biden, and First Lady Michelle Obama.
Numerous email exchanges reveal how staff members worked to accommodate the candidate and her surrogates, including their request for SUVs with retractable running boards so “it’s easier to get out.” The emails also reveal efforts by the White House to keep Black Lives Matter protestors from attending events.
Here are five tidbits from the hack.
1. Clinton Campaign…
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