Skip to comments.FLASHBACK: CitiGroup Chose Obama's Cabinet
Posted on 11/18/2016 7:12:17 AM PST by TigerClaws
In 2008 Michael B. Froman, then Citigroup executive, sends John Podesta a list of cabinet members. The email is dated Oct. 6, 2008 and bears the subject line Lists. It went to Podesta a month before he was named chairman of President-Elect Obamas transition team.
Fromans list proved remarkably prescient. As it proposed, Robert Gates, a Bush holdover, became secretary of Defense; Eric Holder became attorney general; Janet Napolitano, secretary of Homeland Security; Rahm Emanuel, White House chief of staff; Susan Rice, United Nations ambassador; Arne Duncan, secretary of Education; Kathleen Sebelius, secretary of Health and Human Services; Peter Orszag, head of the Office of Management and Budget; Eric Shinseki, secretary of Veterans Affairs; and Melody Barnes, chief of the Domestic Policy Council.
The email in question. See the attachments: https://wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/emailid/8190
This email needs more traction. Thanks /u/shogun_starship.
EDIT: For those who want to cross check Froman's attachments with past and current cabinet members the link is below. It also should be noted that Froman is currently the US Trade Representative in Obama's cabinet. Podesta picked several from the example list that Froman sent:
Obama was too lazy to do it himself.
I read all the emails to Podesta on Wiki Leaks.
How much did he pay for Cheese Pizza ?
I doubt that is the case. Hillary did not do these things in a vacuum. They are all involved. They do not want her prosecuted.
Actually, I should state that differently. While they might want her prosecuted, they FEAR that THEY would be exposed by what was DISCOVERED by a TRIAL.
Since you used 'past tense' in your sentence, I am inclined to ask, do you know now ?
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