• Hillary BFF Huma Abedin Still Defies Judge’s Order

    Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton signed a statement Monday under penalty of perjury that she has handed over all of her work-related emails from her four years as secretary of state to the State Department.

    Clinton’s most trusted aid Huma Abedin, on the other hand, still hasn’t sworn under oath that she’s turned over all her State Department emails, despite a request from a federal judge.

    Abedin served as deputy chief of staff at State during Clinton’s tenure in the State Department. She also enjoyed a rare but legal status as a ‘Special Government Employee’ during part of her time in government, allotting her a second paycheck in the private sector.

    Karen Dunn, Abedin’s lawyer, said Thursday that Abedin plans to turn over her work-related emails and other messages from her tenure there by Aug. 28. Dunn, however, declined to confirm whether or not Abedin will comply and ink the same statement Clinton has signed.

    Abedin’s reluctance to comply with the judge’s order has caused some Republicans to speculate that she might have exposed classified information to people who are not authorized to see it.

    GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump says Abedin may have shared the contents of classified emails that passed through Clinton’s private home-brew server with her husband, disgraced former Democratic congressman Anthony Weiner who resigned in 2011 amid lewd sexting scandals.

    “The person seeing [Clinton’s] emails more than anybody else is Huma,” Trump said. “And who’s Huma married to? The worst deviant in the United States of America, right? Weiner!”

    ‘Huma knows all those emails,’ Trump insisted, ‘and she’s married to a deviant who has a big mouth.’

    Alicia Powe

    Staff Writer

    Alicia Powe is a staff writer for Daily Surge. She worked in the War Room of the Rudy Giuliani Presidential Committee and served as a White House Intern during the George W. Bush administration. Alicia has written for numerous outlets, including Human Events, Media Research Center and Townhall.com.

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