She slept in until 10:43 AM.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton slept in instead of getting an important intelligence briefing just days after the Benghazi terrorist attack.
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Bombshell new documents obtained in a lawsuit by Judicial Watch show that Clinton slept in on the morning of September 15, 2012 and missed a key meeting in advance of a series of phone conversations she had with Middle Eastern heads of state.
“Dan will be at Whitehaven with the PDB at 9:30am this morning. He has some sensitive items that he would like to personally show you when he arrives,” State Department official Monica Hanley wrote to Clinton at 9:30 AM, referring to Clinton’s home residence in Washington, D.C., which she calls “Whitehaven.”
“I just woke up so I missed Dan. Could he come back after I finish my calls? But I don’t have the call schedule yet so I don’t know when that would be. Do you?,” Clinton replied at 10:43 AM, more than an hour later.
Hanley followed up by sending Clinton a list of foreign leaders she had to call that day, including Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the prime minister-elect of Libya.