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2015 Clinton memoir documents pg 13

2015 Clinton memoir documents pg 13

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State Case
Doc No.
Watch FOIA (October
Message: (S/NF) Reaction Clinton Draft Memoir
This document UNCLASSIFIED//NOFORN when separated from SECRET//NOFORN attachment(s).
Classification: SECRET
Classified By:
Peter Hemsch, Deputy Director
Derived From: DSCG 11-01
Declassify On: 2024/03/12
From: Silver, Neil
Sent: Monday, March 10, 2014 3:53
To: Hemsch, Peter Stein, Sean May, Gregory Daris, Charles
Cc: Lahiguera, Charles
Subject: Making Contact the former SecState Clinton Draft Memoir
Since wont here tomorrow, please direct any reactions you have the draft Charles Daris, senior FOIA
reviewer. All your email addresses are above.
Timing: The FOIA office under great pressure turn this around quickly. you are tardy your response, you may
get high-level Department official call. what wrote reaction the draft: Please convey your views Charles Daris. indicated, since these issues not involve U.S. national security questions, least one interpretation, may only possible convey these
similar views informally Clinton.
Are you comfortable with having Clinton quote extensively from her diplomatic talks with Chinese officials? did not see
the need second-guess her and her staff. But, you feel differently, please suggest what you would redact.
Since only the first pages involve questions U.S.-China-Japan relations, recommend that EAP/J consult with
EAP/CM and give unified response any questions these pages Charles Daris.
The last pages all yours two three major human rights and asylum issues bilateral relations.
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2014-10117 Doc No. C05659472 Date: 10/15/2015