Emails Show Colin Powell Unloading On Clinton, Rumsfeld And Trump
And former Vice President Dick Cheney should "go away already," Condoleezza Rice writes back in one leaked document.
EXCLUSIVE: Colin Powell's Personal Email Hacked...Again!
The Daily Caller can exclusively reveal that two years worth of emails have been stolen from former secretary of state Colin Powell's personal email account.
Colin Powell Blasts Hillary Clinton's Team For 'Trying to Pin' Private Email Use On Him
They both used personal emails but approached it differently. "The truth is, she was using [the private email server] for a year before I sent her a memo telling her what I did," he told the magazine.
Powell has 'no recollection' of Clinton email dinner conversation
Unlike Clinton, Powell did not use outside contractors or a personal server in his home.
Emails Show Colin Powell Unloading On Clinton, Rumsfeld And Trump
And former Vice President Dick Cheney should "go away already," Condoleezza Rice writes back in one leaked document.
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