"Hey everyone, I just wanted to say thanks", Clinton stated into a cellphone camera, seated at a crimson banquette in what seemed to be a restaurant.
Hillary's remarks come after the New York Times published an exposé claiming that she chose not to fire Burns Strider after his 30-year-old subordinate complained that he had "rubbed her shoulders" inappropriately and kissed her as well as sending her unusual and suggestive emails.
A bombshell report from the New York Times reveals former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton shielded a top staffer after repeated accusations of sexual harassment from a young subordinate, adding the campaign kept him on staff at Hillary's "request".
The complaint against Strider was made by the 30-year-old woman who shared an office with him. In a tweet which we have above, Clinton thanked her "activist b*tches".
The Times reports that Strider was docked several weeks of pay and ordered to undergo counseling but declined to attend.
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However, the story continues, because Strider received a job five years later to lead the organization, Correct The Record, created to support Clinton's 2016 Presidential Run.
This isn't the only time Hillary has found herself in the news for less-than-honorable reasons.
Strider was later fired from the organization, however, after a series of issues, including allegations that he harassed multiple female staffers in person and over email, two sources with knowledge of his departure told CNN.
In 2008, Strider was Clinton's faith adviser, sharing scripture on the campaign.
"To ensure a safe working environment, the campaign had a process to address complaints of misconduct or harassment".
Brock did not immediately respond to CNN's request for comment.