The takeaway from the Columnist To the World? This is a separate, this was a separate, unique arrangement that Hillary Clinton thought she was entitled to because of her celebrity, and there were real consequences to it.
Here’s the transcript of Mark’s appearance with a voice-addled Hugh Hewitt and Hoover Institution research fellow, Lanhee Chen.
HH: Voice challenged with laryngitis today at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, but nevertheless assisted ably by senior research fellow here, Lanhee Chen. And joining us on the phone from, I think, snowbound New Hampshire is Mark Steyn, who you can read everything Mark writes at www.steynonline.com. Mark, hello and welcome to the very non-private server of the Hugh Hewitt Show.
MS: That’s good to know. You sound very husky, Hugh. You sound like you’re about to start singing some Barry White song.
HH: I could very well. Mark, I have Lanhee with me. I want to begin by telling you that ISIS attacked the archaeological site at Nimrod today, and Libya says their oil fields are in the hands of the militants, and ISIS is believed to have 46,000 Twitter accounts. These are all front page stories. But we’re going to talk about email instead, if you don’t mind, because that is the biggest story of the day. And I want to know what you make first from 30,000 feet of Hillary’s intentionality from the beginning of her tenure at State of avoiding scrutiny. Continue Reading