Hillary doesn't know how to use a Fax Machine.
‘Wear socks to bed’ and four other Hillary Clinton email highlights
“Please wear socks to bed to keep your feet warm,” she wrote in a September 2009 message to John Podesta, who is now the chairman of her presidential campaign. Clinton is the front-runner for the Democratic nomination.
There was also some trouble with a fax machine in December 2009.
Clinton aide Huma Abedin wrote to her boss: “can you hang up the fax line, they will call again and try fax.”
“I thought it was supposed to be off hook to work?” the former first lady responded.
In a message from July 2009, Clinton writes to Abedin that she’s “seeing Santa at 8:30.” It’s unclear who that is. Some conservatives want to know.
There was also a time Clinton writes she heard about a Cabinet meeting on the radio. “Can I go?” she asks aides. (It turned out not to be a full Cabinet meeting, but a discussion of President Barack Obama’s stimulus program.)
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell also jokingly asked Clinton if it was true that diplomat Richard Holbrooke had tripped her, causing the fractured elbow Clinton suffered in June 2009. “Just kidding,” Powell wrote. “Get better fast, we need you running around.”