The most interesting takeaways from the latest batch of Hillary Clinton's emails

Dan Turkel
Who Did Clinton Called Grinch?
Who Did Clinton Called Grinch?

The US State Department released on Monday 7,800 pages of emails from Hillary Clinton's private email server, the largest batch to date, according to ABC News.

While it will take reporters and analysts days to scour the batch for significant details, many on Twitter have quickly found noteworthy — and amusing — tidbits.

A number of the emails in the new batch come from friends wishing Clinton well after her 2012 health scare.

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While many of the emails from this batch come from Clinton's term as secretary of state, only a few appear to have been sent in the immediate aftermath of the Benghazi attacks. Many of the emails from that period have already been released.

(Note: Read threaded emails from bottom to top to follow conversations.)

Clinton discusses the Benghazi attack with her daughter Chelsea, who used the alias Diane Reynolds:




Sidney Blumenthal, a Clinton ally, notes press coverage that '[refutes] Libya smear':



Months after the Benghazi attack, Clinton asks why the US hasn't advised its citizens to leave:

h/t: Cameron Joseph

While Business Insider is still analyzing the large email release and will continue to report on sensitive and relevant correspondence as it is discovered, many have pointed to the more humorous emails released from Clinton's inbox.

Clinton calls Mitt Romney 'Mittens' and Newt Gingrich 'The Grinch,' and refers to caucuses as 'creatures of the parties' extremes':

h/t: Samantha-Jo Roth

Clinton has more tech trouble — this time trying to find Showtime to watch 'Homeland':

h/t: Colin Campbell

US Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-Maryland) compliments Clinton's appearance at a recent party:



h/t: Emily Cahn

Clinton, Melanne Verveer (of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security), and Capricia Marshall (chief of protocol) engage in some ladies-only communication:


h/t: Matea Gold
Clinton's staff helps her visit as many countries as possible:



h/t: Annie Linskey

Diplomat Philip Gordon tips off Clinton to a prank:



h/t: Annie Linskey

Dorothea Hurley, wife of rock star Jon Bon Jovi, sends her well-wishes regarding Clinton's health:



h/t: @JimmyPrinceton

Clinton's staff tries to remember the world pre-Twitter:



h/t: Annie Linskey

And Philippe Reines responds to al-Shabaab rebels mockingly offering 10 roosters and 10 hens for Clinton's location:

h/t: Colin Campbell

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