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Huma: Hillary is “Often Confused”

We all sort of knew it, but here’s proof, straight from one of Hillary’s closest aides. This could also explain why she slept at home straight through the night as Benghazi burned.

Huma Abedin wrote her boss is “often confused” and needs plenty of guidance to understand the schedule, according to fresh emails out Monday.

Judicial Watch, a conservative watchdog group, released new emails from Huma Abedin that show concern among her State Department staff.

For example, in one email exchange from January 26, 2013, Abedin asks a fellow staffer whether Clinton knew to call Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. The staffer replies: “She was in bed for a nap by the time I heard that she had an 8am call. Will go over with her.”

Abedin stresses the importance of reviewing the schedule with Clinton: “Very imp to do that. She’s often confused.”

Also, morning naps are the equivalent of, if not a sign of, day drinking.

Huma’s email is not the first time the word “confused” has been used to describe Clinton. The boss herself admits she gets confused and even apologizes to her staff for mix-ups while she was secretary of state. The emails turned over to the State Department reveal a Clinton who is often stumped by technology — needing help with mobile devices, faxes and calls. A review of the disclosed emails shows she’s also confused by her schedule.

On May 31, 2010, Clinton emailed Abedin on the timing of her meetings and travel schedule. After a back-and-forth over the time, she writes: “Ok but I’m confused since I remember talking w/ Lona about changing to 8 tonight.”

Earlier, on December 12, 2009, Clinton apologized for confusing Guinea and Morocco in an email. She sends a note to three staffers, including Assistant Secretary of State Jeffrey Feltman. “Good catch, Jeff! Yes–two issues. there will be a contact group about Guinea that the French want us to be strong on too. Sorry for the confusion.”

Sure thing friends, that all adds up to Chief Executive material!