Hillary Clinton's Emails Show 'Everyday Americans' What She Thinks Of Them

As WikiLeaks continues to drop documents like bombs on the election, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's camp is rushing to put out a lot of little fires along the campaign trail. Clinton has all too many people who do not want to see her in the oval office, and they're combing through the thousands of emails for any little nugget that might lead to her losing the election.

The latest hype is over a statement sent by Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta. Podesta wrote in an email, "I know she has begun to hate everyday Americans..."

Anti-Hillary headlines began popping up all over, proclaiming 'Hillary hates everyday Americans!'

Unfortunately, this masterful bit of spin is a disservice to the American public, even if you don't like Clinton. The quote was taken out of context. The email conversation was about the phrase 'everyday Americans,' and what Clinton has begun to hate is using that phrase. Podesta was simply saying that she should use the phrase 'everyday Americans' in at least one upcoming speech.

If Clinton does hate everyday Americans, no one actually said it in that particular email. Love Clinton or hate her, the hype over this is much ado about nothing.

Source: The Gateway Pundit
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Email claims Clinton hates 'everyday Americans.'

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