Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Something Dumb Just Occurred To Me About That Last Post
Cheryl Mills walked out of an FBI interview because they weren't supposed to ask her something about emails "because it was considered confidential as an example of attorney-client privilege." Is...is Cheryl Mills considered the attorney part of this privilege?? And Hillary is the client part? Because that makes no sense (I can't see how Cheryl Mills would be allowed to not answer questions as the client part of the privilege). She was the chief of staff for Hillary and anything she would have done involving emails would seem to fall under the non-attorney-client privilege part of her job even if she was somehow offering legal advice to Hillary on how to "produce emails". Sooooo...I don't get it.