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bobama@ameritech.com: Wikileaks releases first batch Obama emails – Lists for Cabinet/Deputy/Secretary level positions — Arab/Muslim Americans, African Americans, Native Americans….

Friday, October 21, 2016 9:23
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Wikileaks has released the first set of Obama emails. Yes, that’s how badly compromised our intel and cyber security is under this administration. Not to mention Hillary’s basement server.

Perhaps this is because Obama didn’t choose cabinet members and other positions of power based on merit but based on grievance.

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A list of African American, Latino and Asian American candidates, divided between Cabinet/Deputy and Under/Assistant/Deputy Assistant Sectetary levels, as well as lists of senior Native Americans, Arab/Muslim Americans and Disabled Americans. We have longer lists, but these are candidates whose names have been recommended by a number of sources for senior level jobs in a potential Administration.

“WikiLeaks Releases First Batch Of Barack Obama’s Emails,” By Allum Bokhari, Breitbart, October 21, 2016:

WikiLeaks has released a new batch of leaked emails, containing messages sent to and from Barack Obama prior to his inauguration.

The emails were sent from what WikiLeaks claims is a secret address, “bobama@ameritech.com.”

The top email in today’s leak contains a message from John Podesta about a potential invitation from President George W. Bush to the “President-Elect.” Podesta sent the email while votes were still being cast on November 4th.

The emails show a transition plan being worked on before the 2008 election had taken place. According to an attached memo in one of the emails, Obama was already discussing his transition to office with members of the Bush Administration, including then-Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson, prior to the election.

As you have observed in your interactions with Secretary Paulson, he is apparently eager to involve you and your transition team extensively in his policy choices following the election.

Another attached memo acknowledges that it was unusual to start the transition process so soon.

We are now at the point of deciding how to staff economic policy during the transition, who should be the point of contact with Treasury and how to blend the transition and campaign economic policy talent.

Normally these decisions could be made after the election, and ideally after the selection of a National Economic Advisor, but, of course, these are not normal times.

One of the emails, from Citigroup executive and later Assistant to the President Michael Froman, shows a proposed “diversity list” for the cabinet. In Froman’s own words, the lists consist of :

A list of African American, Latino and Asian American candidates, divided between Cabinet/Deputy and Under/Assistant/Deputy Assistant Sectetary levels, as well as lists of senior Native Americans, Arab/Muslim Americans and Disabled Americans. We have longer lists, but these are candidates whose names have been recommended by a number of sources for senior level jobs in a potential Administration.

A list of women, similarly divided between candidates for Cabinet/Deputy and other senior level positions.

The lists can be viewed in full at the “attachements” tab here.

UPDATE: WikiLeaks isn’t done yet…

We have a suprise in store for @TimKaine and @DonnaBrazile.

— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) October 20, 2016

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