Not-for-profit Marco Polo unearthed emails of Obama to then Secretary of State Clinton where he used the pseudonym "Obama725." As per an article published by Politico, the State Department refused to make this public as well as other emails the two exchanged. Also, lawyers cited the "presidential communications privilege" to withhold the messages under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
Though not detailed, the news outlet's report indicated that the email exchange happened on June 28, 2012. It had the subject line: "Re: Congratulations," possibly referring to the Supreme Court's ruling, which came out the very same day, upholding a key portion of the Obamacare law. Since last year, it has been exposed that the two wrote to each other occasionally using Clinton's private email address. However, the White House insisted Obama did not know she relied on it routinely and exclusively for official business.
During the same year, it was also revealed that then-VP Joe Biden used aliases "Robert Peters," "Robin Ware," and "JRB Ware" for personal and professional use. The "Robert Peters" account received an email about a scheduled call with then-Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko, who fired the Prosecutor Viktor Shokin, the same person who was probing into Burisma Holdings. Within the same timeframe, the energy company was paying Joe's controversial son Hunter $83,000 a month just to sit on the board. Some intel reports exposed that the younger Biden was hired "despite the fact that neither man had relevant experience or expertise for the job" and just for U.S. government protection from the "Big Guy." (Related: Archer: Joe Biden fired prosecutor investigating Burisma for corruption because the company was paying Hunter for protection.)
When Shokin was eventually fired, Biden bragged about it in a public speech back in January 2018. He claimed that he was personally responsible for getting that firing accomplished so quickly by bullying the Ukrainian government and threatening to withhold a billion-dollar loan guarantee unless he got what he wanted.
"And I was supposed to announce that there was another billion-dollar loan guarantee. And I had gotten a commitment from Poroshenko and from Yatsenyuk that they would take action against the state prosecutor. And they didn't… I said, nah, I'm not going to or, we're not going to give you the billion dollars," he said during his appearance at the Council on Foreign Relations, an independent, "nonpartisan member organization" and think tank.
He said that at first Kyiv would not believe him because he did not have authority as he was not the president. "I said, call him… I'm telling you, you're not getting the billion dollars. I'm going to be leaving here in, I think it was about six hours… If the prosecutor is not fired, you're not getting the money. Well, son of a bitch, he got fired," he proudly said.
Meanwhile, former first lady, lawyer and Obama's SoS Hillary Clinton, also used two alias in her email correspondences, Breitbart reported. Uncovered by the infamous email scandal, her pseudonyms were "hdr22" and "hrod17." She reportedly set up a private email server and network – that could not be accessed by the federal government, specifically Congress – for herself, her family, and her former vice chair for the 2016 campaign, Huma Abedin. It only allowed her, Abedin, and aides Cheryl Mills and Jake Sullivan to swap emails with the Clinton Foundation, various world leaders, and Doug Band's global consulting firm Teneo Holdings, where Abedin also worked during her time at the State Department.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) investigation began with a simple premise that Clinton violated the Espionage Act of 1913 by allowing national defense information to be "lost, stolen, abstracted, or destroyed" through "gross negligence." The private network correspondences have ended up in the hands of Julian Assange, a man who was living sequestered in an Ecuadorian embassy at the time, and in the hands of detectives in the Anthony Weiner sexting case.
First in 2013 was Lisa Jackson, a chemical engineer who served as the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). She used the "Richard Windsor" alias to take online training programs on subjects including ethics, whistleblowers, and records preservation, said the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) which obtained EPA records that covered certifications in 2010, 2011, and 2012 through a FOIA request. Republicans condemned Jackson's use of the fake identity for her non-public e-mail account, saying that it might be part of an effort to skirt transparency and public records requirements. Richard was her dog's name while Windsor refers to East Windsor, N.J., her former hometown.
In 2016, America's 83rd Attorney General (AG) Loretta Lynch used the alias "Elizabeth Carlisle," when she was caught conducting a secret meeting with Bill Clinton aboard a private plane on a tarmac in Phoenix amid an ongoing investigation into Hillary's unsecured email server. Soon afterward, the former AG reportedly used a pseudonym to coordinate a narrative about the meeting with Department of Justice (DoJ) officials, Chuck Ross of the Daily Caller wrote.
After the plane meeting, former FBI director James Comey announced that the agency would not pursue a case against Clinton, despite admitting he had enough evidence to do so. After a month, Lynch announced the DoJ would not investigate the Clinton Foundation's relationship with the State Department during Hillary's tenure, despite the FBI's recommendation.
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