Clinton aides sought to minimize fallout with White House on Keystone - emails
Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign looked for ways to avoid damaging its relationship with the White House as she considered how to publicly announce her position on the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, according to emails published this week by WikiLeaks.
Clinton aides weighed having the Democratic candidate say she opposed the pipeline in a closed-door union meeting, leaking it to news media outlets or including it without fanfare in a policy fact sheet, the emails show.
Clinton eventually announced that she opposed the pipeline on Sept. 22, 2015, at a town hall event in Des... read more
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