Clinton campaign aide rips Catholics in leaked emails

Clinton campaign aide rips Catholics in leaked emails

The Clinton campaign is on the defensive today, following an alleged email exchange between senior campaign officials that Republicans are condemning as "breathtaking anti-Catholic bigotry".

In addition, Harpin remarked at how numerous powerful conservative figures are all Catholic, describing the situation as an "amazing bastardization of the faith".

Halpin added: "I imagine they think it is the most socially acceptable politically conservative religion".

They have also said that Wikileaks is a Russian front that hopes to aid Donald Trump's election hopes and that not all the emails could be authenticated.

The statement ends with the leaders asking that Clinton immediately apologize for the comments of her aides.

"As you all know, I had hoped that we could use the "server moment" as an opportunity for her to be viewed as having take a big step to deal with the email problem that would best position us for what is ahead", Palmieri wrote.

"We have to investigate Hillary Clinton and we have to investigate the investigation".

House Speaker Paul Ryan, who has distanced himself from the Trump campaign over the past week, also criticized the "staggering" leak. "If you're a person of faith, I think you're gonna vote for Donald Trump, and I have such endorsements and such support". The Clinton campaign has never formally verified the authenticity of the emails, the first of which were released Friday.

"We are watching very carefully the election campaign in this country", Kislyak said at a discussion of bilateral affairs at Johns Hopkins University's campus in Washington.

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One email thread from 2011 contains the subject line "Conservative Catholicism".

Stone, who is not a formal part of the Trump campaign, said he and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange have a "mutual friend".

In the wake of Sanders' resounding defeat of Clinton in the New Hampshire primary, the emails show top Clinton advisers discussing ways to slow the momentum of the senator from Vermont, a self-described "democratic socialist".

Trump seized on hacked emails released by Wikileaks that purport to show Clinton spokesman Brian Fallon communicating with the DOJ regarding a FOIA lawsuit in 2015, and said they showed collusion between Clinton and the Obama administration regarding its email investigation.

In an email dated August 21, 2015 and titled "Needy Latinos and 1 easy call", Podesta urges Clinton to lay out the reasons why she should reach out to the two Hispanic politicians that served in her husband's cabinet.

"What the Clinton campaign is being exposed of right now is being a political animal", Felling said.

"It's just the latest evidence of the hatred that the Clinton campaign has for everyday faithful Americans", he said.

"I think it's a reasonable assumption, or at least a reasonable conclusion, that Mr". Everyone recalls how Hillary had to backtrack quickly from her remark that half of Trump's supporters are "deplorables" and "irredeemable" (though her apology only really regretted saying "half"). But they do shed light on Clinton as a candidate by showing just how carefully her closest aides crafted the message she presents to the world, down to the wording of her tweets and the jokes she does-or doesn't-choose to tell.