An MSNBC producer's email to the Hillary Clinton campaign in 2015 appeared to show a promise for a favorable report on the Democratic candidate, according to The Daily Caller.
"All In With Chris Hayes" producer Sheara Braun sent the email to Clinton campaign spokeswoman Adrienne Elrod. It pointed out a segment that promotes Clinton to millennial voters.
"The point of the segment is basically to inform young people about all of the crap and nonsense that Sec. Clinton and President Clinton (but mostly Sec. Clinton) had to face back in the 90s when President Clinton was running for office . . . everything from cookie-gate to stand-by-your-man-gate to Hillarycare," Braun wrote.
"The point isn't to dwell on the past but the point is to talk about this amazing, intelligent woman who probably faced more nonsense back in the day because she is a woman . . . and she continues to have to face it," Braun concludes in her pitch.
"She is smarter than most men and more qualified than most men to be president," Braun said in the email.
Another leaked email showed that the Clinton campaign was in touch with comedian John Oliver's show, "Last Week Tonight."
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