The Noose Tightens

McClatchy has posted an article where they post the most common communicators with Hillary Clinton on her illegal email server.  I’ve taken the time to single out the State Department employees that were communicating with her on this email server (also an illegal act).  These are the top half, ordered from most emails to least emails:

1. Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s chief of staff – 4488

2. Jake Sullivan, Clinton’s deputy chief of staff – 4018

3. Huma Abedin, Clinton’s deputy chief of staff – 3641

4. Lauren Jiloty, Clinton’s special assistant – 738

5. Monica Hanley, Clinton aide at the state department – 559

6. Lona Valmoro, Clinton’s scheduler – 492

7. Philippe Reines, deputy assistant secretary of state – 372

8. Anne-Marie Slaughter, director of policy planning (SoS) – 361

9. Melanie Verveer, (SoS) Dept of global women’s issues – 290

10. Claire Coleman, (SoS) assistant – 266

11. Judith McHale, (SoS) Dept of Public diplomacy and affairs – 235

12. Richard Verma, assistant secretary of state for legislative affairs – 168

13. Robert Russo, Clinton’s special assistant – 152

14. Wendy Sherman, assistant secretary (SoS) – 127

15. Lissa Muscatine, sr. advisor and chief of speechwriting – 100

16. Kurt Campbell, (SoS) Dept. of east Asian and public affairs – 90

17. Capricia Marshall, chief of protocol of the United States – 75

18. William Burns, Undersecretary for political affairs – 66

19. Harold Hongju Koh, legal advisor of the State Department – 60

20. Thomas Nides, deputy secretary – 56

21. Philip Gordon, (SoS) Dept. of European and Eurasian affairs – 47

22. Jeffrey Feltman, assistant (SoS) for near east affairs – 44

23. Jacob Lew, (SoS) Dept. of management and resources – 42

24. Oscar Flores, Clinton aide – 30

25. Miguel Rodriguez, Assistant secretary for senate affairs – 28

26. P.J. Crowley, assistant secretary of state for public affairs – 27

27. Michael Fuchs, (SoS) Dept. of strategic dialogues – 20

28. Johnnie Carson, assistant (SoS) for African affairs – 20

29. Patrick Kennedy, undersecretary for management – 19

30. Nora Toiv, (SoS) Special asst. to the counselor – 17

31. Susan Rice, UN Ambassador – 17

32. James Steinberg, deputy secretary of state – 14

33. Andrew Shapiro, (SoS) Dept of political-military affairs – 13

34. Ellen Tauscher, (SoS) Arms control and int. security affairs – 11

35. Daniel Baer, (SoS) Bureau of democracy, human rights and labor – 8

36. Rajev Shah, Director USAID – 8

37. Todd Stern, special envoy for climate change – 7

38. Robert Hormats, state dept. economic growth, energy – 7

39. Caroline Adler, (SoS) Office of strategic communications – 7

40. Victoria Nuland, Clinton spokeswoman – 2

41. George Mitchell, US special envoy for Middle East peace – 6

42. Thomas Shannon, ambassador to Brazil – 2

43. Paul Jones, deputy chief of mission in the Philippines – 3

44. Craig Kelly, principal deputy assistant (SoS) – 3

45. Lee Feinstein, senior advisor in the office of the SoS – 1

46. Linda Dewan, Clinton’s scheduler – 1

47. Christopher Hill, ambassador to Iraq – 1

48. Derek Chollet, principal deputy director of policy planning – 1

 

 

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