Colin Powell wrote in an email that Bill Clinton was 'd---ing bimbos'

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Colin Powell provided some colorful commentary on the personal life of former President Bill Clinton, according to recently leaked emails.

In 2014, Powell wrote that he "would rather not have to vote" for Hillary Clinton because of reasons that included a report her husband was "still dicking bimbos at home."

Powell did, however, write that Hillary "is a friend.""A 70-year person with a long track record, unbridled ambition, greedy, not transformational, with a husband still d**king bimbos at home," he wrote.

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HOLLYWOOD, CA - JANUARY 23: Gennifer Flowers (R) blows a kiss to talk show host Larry King (L) during her live interview on CNN's Larry King Live show in Hollywood, CA 23 January. According to reports leaked to the press, US President Bill Clinton admitted during a deposition in the Paula Jones investigation to having an affair with Flowers while he was governor of Arkansas. (Photo credit should read RENE MACURA/AFP/Getty Images)
Former White House intern Monica S. Lewinsky is shown in three photos taken from her freshman, sophmore and junior yearbooks at Beverly Hills High School in Beverly Hills, Calif., Wednesday, Jan. 21, 1998. Whitewater prosecutors have expanded their investigation to determine whether President Clinton had an affair with Lewinsky and tried to get her to lie about it in an affidavit she gave in Paula Jones' sexual harassment lawsuit. (AP Photo/HO)
Dolly Kyle Browning poses in Dallas on Feb. 5, 1998. Mrs. Browning, a longtime female acquaintance of President Clinton, who previously said the two had a sexual relationship, has contended in a lawsuit that Clinton and associates took action to prevent her from publishing a "semi-autobiographical" novel. The lawsuit was filed Monday in U.S. District Court while the president was testifying by closed-circuit television to a federal grand jury in the Monica Lewinsky investigation. (AP Photo/Ron Heflin, File)
Former Miss America Elizabeth Ward poses with her Miss Arkansas crown in Hot Springs, Ark., on July, 13, 1981. Ward, now Elizabeth Ward Gracen, told the New York Daily News that she had consensual sex with Bill Clinton when he served as Arkansas governor. (AP Photo/File)
Former beauty queen Sally Perdue of Houston, Texas, announces plan Wed. May 16, 1990 to become the first American to run the length of the Great Wall of China. The 1958 Miss Arkansas said in 1992 that she had had an affair with Clinton in 1983. She claimed that she had been warned not to go public by a Democratic Party official. (AP Photo/str-Le Jen Chen)
An emotional Paula Jones takes a moment to compose herself as she addresses the media at a news conference in Dallas, Thursday, April 16, 1998. Jones and her attorneys will ask an appeals court to reverse a judge's dismissal of her lawsuit and force President Clinton to stand trial for sexual harassment. (AP Photo/Ron Heflin)
Friends of Juanita Broaddrick protest on the sidewalk in front of Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign headquarters in New York, Aug. 19, 2000. The group protested Mrs. Clinton's lack of response to Broaddrick's allegation that she was raped in 1978 by then Arkansas Attorney General Bill Clinton. (AP Photo/Ed Bailey)
Former White House volunteer Kathleen Willey speaks about her relationship with President Bill Clinton, May 11, 1999 in Washington, DC on the television show 'Hardball' with Chris Mathews. On September 21, 2000, Willey, now known as Kathleen Willey Schwicker, announced that she is suing Clinton, First Lady Hillary Clinton and other White House personnel for violations of privacy and civil rights. (Photo by Michael Smith/Newsmakers)
The emergence of former White House intern Monica Lewinsky, second from left in this combination picture, into the political spot light this week, has cast doubts on the character of President Clinton. The situations of other women, which have also raised questions on Clinton's character, are Gennifer Flowers, left, Paula Jones, third from left, and Kathleen Willey. (AP Photo)

The former secretary of state under President George W. Bush based that last point off of a 2014 New York Post story.

That email, in addition to others, were posted to a website called on Tuesday. An aide to Powell confirmed the emails as "his emails," per the New York Times. Powell himself told BuzzFeed that he was "not denying it," although he had no further comment.

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In another email, first reported by BuzzFeed, Powell called Republican nominee Donald Trump a "national disgrace" and an "international pariah."

He also blasted Trump for leading the "racist" movement against President Barack Obama in 2011, claiming that the president was not born in the US.

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Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Colin Powell (C) and members of the 132nd MP Company pose for photographs in Saudi Arabia December 22, 1990. REUTERS/Jonathan Bainbridge (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: POLITICS) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
President George H.W. Bush meets with his military advisors at the Pentagon to duscuss the Gulf crisis August 15, 1990. From left are: General Norman Schwarzkopf, chief of Middle East forces, Defense Secretary Dick Cheney, Bush and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Colin Powell. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
Former U.S. Defense Secretary Richard Cheney and former Chairman of the Armed Forces Joint Chiefs of Staff, Colin Powell (L), speak with reporters about reductions in short range nuclear weapons during a press conference at the Pentagon in this September 28, 1991 file photo. PP03030031 REUTERS/Str HB/
Arriving at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library for award ceremonies November 9 are (L-R) former President Ronald Reagan , Alma Powell , Nancy Reagan and General Colin L. Powell , former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Republican presidential candidate Texas Governor George W. Bush (R) and retired General Colin Powell talk during a campaign stop in Pittsburgh, October 26, 2000. Bush hammered rival Democratic presidential candidate Vice President Al Gore on the responsibility of leadership. JM/RCS
Texas Governor and Republican presidential candidate George W. Bush listens to former chairman of the joint chiefs retired Gen. Colin Powell at VFW Post 3323 in Westland, Michigan, September 7, 2000. Powell praised Bush's plan to reinvigorate the U.S. military. RTW/RCS
Richard Cheney, U.S. Defense Secretary during the Gulf War, and then Chairman of the Armed Forces Joint Chiefs of Staff, Colin Powell (R), address U.S. troops deployed in Saudi Arabia as part of operation Desert Shield during the Gulf crisis, in a December 21, 1990 file photo. According to reports, Republican presidential candidate George W. Bush decided on July 24, 2000 to offer the vice presidential spot on the Republican White House ticket to Cheney. Senior Republican sources in Washington said Bush would call Cheney soon and appear with him July 25. Cheney had previously told associates that if asked, he would accept the nomination. Bush had also been courting Powell for the Vice President's job, but Powell said he was not interested. HB/
Musician Kenny G (center/right) stands with students of Macfarland Middle School (front), Charles Goldstock of Arista Records (left/rear), and General Colin Powell (ret.) (center), as he launches his new Foundation called Miracles by donating instruments to the school in Washington July 1. The mission of The Kenny G Miracles Foundation is to bring the miracle of music to America's youth by providing resources for school programs. MMR
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell (R) points as he shakes hands with Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov in Cairo February 24, 2001. Both men both men are expected to discuss arms control, Iraq and Middle East peace. Powell said his meeting with Ivanov would be a "get acquainted session" and the start of the engagement between the new Bush administration and the Putin government in Moscow.
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell (R) laughs along with other U.S. officials during ceremonies marking the 10th anniversary of Operation Desert Storm in Kuwait City February 25, 2001. From left, are: former National Security Adviser Brent Scowcroft, retired General Norman Schwarzkopf, U.S. Ambassador to Kuwait James Larocco and Powell, a retired general and former Joint Chiefs chairman during the Gulf war. REUTERS/Royal Navy/Dave Coombs/Handout DVCC/SV
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell presents an American proposal to help bring the Israeli-Palestinian conflict under control May 21, 2001. Powell said on Monday he had instructed his ambassador to Jordan, William Burns, to help Israelis and Palestinians build a "timeline" for peace and urged both sides to call an immediate and unconditional cease-fire. KL/JP
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell testifies before the House Appropriations subcommittee on the Departments of Commerce, Justice, State and the Judiciary, on Capitol Hill in Washington March 26, 2003. Powell testified for the State Department's 2004 budget as well as the war in Iraq. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid BM
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell speaks on Iraq before members of the House International Affairs Committee on Capitol Hill, September 19, 2002. President Bush warned today that the U.N. Security Council must deal with Iraq or the United States and its allies would act alone. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque KL/ME
U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan (2ndL) reads a final statement beside (L-R) Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov, Spain's Foreign Minister Josep Pique, U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell and EU Foreign Policy chief Javier Solana during their joint news conference at Moncloa Palace April 10, 2002. Leaders met to discuss the Middle East crisis.
WASHINGTON - OCTOBER 19: Former Secretary of State Gen. Colin Powell (ret.) speaks during a taping of 'Meet the Press' at NBC October 19, 2008 in Washington, DC. Secretary Powell spoke about his endorsement of Democratic presidential nominee U.S. Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL). (Photo by Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images for Meet The Press)
U.S. President Barack Obama meets with former Secretary of State Colin Powell in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, December 1, 2010. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
U.S. President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden meet with former Secretary of State Colin Powell in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, December 1, 2010. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell stands over U.S. President Barack Obama during the signing of America's Promise Summit Declaration at the White House in Washington September 22, 2014. Powell served as the founding chairman of America's Promise Alliance which mobilizes non-profit groups, businesses, educators and communities to end high school dropout, and to prepare students for college and the workforce. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION)
Former US Secretary of State Colin Powell speaks alongside US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during the unveiling of Powell's official State Department portrait in the Benjamin Franklin Room at the State Department in Washington, DC, on December 7, 2009. Powell served as Secretary of State from 2001-2005 under former US President George W. Bush. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)
WASHINGTON - DECEMBER 07: Former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell walks by his official State Department portrait after an unveiling ceremony with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the Benjamin Franklin Room at the State Department December 7, 2009 in Washington, DC. Powell served as Secretary of State from 2001-2005 under former U.S. President George W. Bush. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
Former US Secretaries of State Colin Powell (L) and Hillary Clinton speak during a ceremony to break ground on the US Diplomacy Center at the US State Department in Washington, DC, September 3, 2014. AFP PHOTO / Jim WATSON / AFP / JIM WATSON (Photo credit should read JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)
WASHINGTON, DC - SEPTEMBER 03: Former Secretaries of State (L-R) Madeleine Albright, Colin Powell and Hillary Clinton share a laugh during the ceremonial groundbreaking for the future U.S. Diplomacy Center with former Secretary of State Colin Powell (L) at the State Department's Harry S. Truman Building September 3, 2014 in Washington, DC. When completed, the Diplomacy Center will be a museum and education center that will 'demonstrate the ways in which diplomacy matters now and has mattered throughout American history.' (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

"Yup, the whole birther movement was racist," Mr. Powell wrote in an email to a former aide last month. "That's what the 99% believe. When Trump couldn't keep that up he said he also wanted to see if the certificate noted that he was a Muslim. As I have said before, 'What if he was?' Muslims are born as Americans everyday."

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