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Mediaite: Hacked E-Mails Show CNBC's Harwood Fawning Over Hillary

Mediaite: Hacked E-Mails Show CNBC's Harwood Fawning Over Hillary

Debate moderators John Harwood, left, Becky Quick, center, and Carl Quintanilla take the stage during the CNBC Republican presidential debate at the University of Colorado, on Oct. 28, 2015. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

By    |   Monday, 10 October 2016 07:03 PM

The latest batch of hacked e-mails from Hillary Clinton campaign manager John Podesta show that CNBC’s chief Washington correspondent John Harwood fawned over the Democratic candidate with glowing coverage.

Harwood’s bootlicking began with a message sent out on Twitter on July 24, 2015, as Clinton’s e-mail scandal first broke, saying: “Set aside process – if there’s any specific/plausible suggestion of nefarious e-mail Hillary Clinton was trying to hide, I haven’t heard it.”

Clinton admitted she made a mistake in using a private e-mail server for official communications while she served as Secretary of State.

Harwood's relentless sycophancy included praising Clinton for a good TV appearance, according to Mediaite’s analysis of the e-mails.

“She looked so much more comfortable talking to [MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell] today than to [CNN’s Brianna Keilar] a few weeks ago,” Harwood e-mailed Podesta.
 

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The latest batch of hacked e-mails from Hillary Clinton campaign manager John Podesta show that CNBC's chief Washington correspondent John Harwood fawned over the Democratic candidate with glowing coverage.
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