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Bill Clinton never sent emails to his wife, his spokesman said Wednesday — a day after Hillary Rodham Clinton cited “personal communications from my husband and me” as one reason she wouldn’t allow independent scrutiny of her computer system.
Asked whether Bill emailed Hillary at her private e-mail address, his spokesman, Matt McKenna, told Bloomberg News he did not.
That left a lot of Clinton watchers scratching their heads.
Less than 24 hours earlier, at a press conference trying to explain why she used private emails for official business as secretary of state, Hillary said the computer email server in her Chappaqua home was off limits because it “contains personal communications from my husband and me.”
But Bubba is an admitted technophobe who has repeatedly said he has only sent two emails in his entire life — both as president more than a decade ago.
The first went to John Glenn, the ex-senator and astronaut who made a return trip to space in 1998, McKenna said.
“Hillary and I had a great time at the launch. We are very proud of you and the entire crew, and a little jealous,” Clinton wrote in a reply to a message from Glenn.
The second was to US troops serving in the Adriatic.
Neither McKenna nor Hillary’s reps would address the questions raised by Hillary’s comments — prompting DC pundits to wonder just what was going on.
“It appears at least one Clinton is not telling the whole truth,” wrote the Washington Examiner.
When have either of them ever told the truth?