A lawyer for Huma Abedin, a top adviser to Hillary Rodham Clinton, has accused Charles E. Grassley, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, of damaging Ms. Abedin’s reputation through “unfounded allegations” about her time at the State Department.
The lawyer, Miguel Rodriguez, sent a letter to the State Department on Friday responding forcefully to two sets of questions posed by Mr. Grassley, Republican of Iowa: whether Ms. Abedin, while a department official, had been overpaid during her maternity leave and a vacation, and whether she had demonstrated a conflict of interest by aiding one of her part-time employers through her work at the State Department.
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Dear Huma: If I were you I'd be worried. Don't forget what your boss did to Vince Foster when he threatened to become an embarrassment.
By the way, what kind of "top adviser" could Huma possibly be? Her history suggests no particular skills, knowledge, or experience along the lines I would consider necessary to qualify one to be an adviser: