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Huma Abedin: Taxpayer Funded Event Planner

The power of color coordination.A little too grand wizardy, even for the early 90’s.It’s been revealed this week that the way better half of Hillary Clinton Anthony Weiner, Huma Abedin scored quite a gig, planning an event for the late great Oscar de la Renta while on the taxpayer dime back in 2012.

The Little Rock, Arkansas event at the Clinton Library served as an exhibit opening for Hillary Clinton’s two Inaugural ball gowns, designed by Oscar de la Renta.What’s Oscar de la Renta’s trademark? Sequins.

Using her State Department email to go over color options for the event, at the time Abedin lamented that her usual Clinton email account was down.

Ladies and gentlemen, you just can’t make this stuff up. 

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  • Guest (Shubina)

    Planning a party for Oscar de la Renta is probably the least offensive thing Huma's done on the taxpayer dime.

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    Both dresses are awful. Oscar was/is overrated.

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