Election HQ What Did Clinton Campaign Chair Mean By 'Dump Emails' Before Subpoena?
Tuesday on On The Record with Brit Hume, Fox News chief national correspondent Ed Henry gave an update on the latest WikiLeaks release of emails from Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta.
Two days before a Congressional subpoena requested Clinton's emails be made available to legislators, Podesta emailed Clinton aide Cheryl Mills to say "we are going to have to dump all those emails."
Podesta later clarified that he used the word "dump" to mean "make public as soon as possible".
However, Henry reported that advice was not taken, as later that March thousands of Clinton emails were deleted using "Bleach Bit", a comprehensive erasure process.
Additionally, after longtime Clinton confidant Lanny Davis told Chris Wallace at the time that a "neutral party" should be allowed to peruse Clinton's emails, her campaign manager Robby Mook emailed that Davis needed to be "zapped out of our universe" for the remark.
The WikiLeaks release also uncovered a "cozy relationship" between the campaign and Google co-founder Eric Schmidt.
Watch Henry's full report above and let us know what you think in the comments.