MEMOS!….Ah. I see that yet another slashing expose of the chaotic Hillary Clinton campaign is coming our way, and apparently people are worried:

Of particular concern are nearly 200 internal memos that the author, Josh Green, obtained — 130 or so of which he plans to scan in and post online. When the piece is published sometime next week, readers will be able to scroll through the memos, from senior strategists such as Mark Penn, Harold Ickes and Geoff Garin, and see what exactly was going on inside the infamously fractured Clinton organization. That has some former team members in a panic.

Man, somebody from the Clinton organization sure does hold a grudge. Maybe somebody who used to be part of the inner circle and then had a falling out? Somebody who hasn’t talked to Hillary for months? Hmmm. I wonder who it could be?

Also: why only 130 of the 200 memos? What is Josh Green trying to hide?

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