FILE - In this Jan. 27, 2014 file photo, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks in New Orleans. Liberals may be giving Hillary Rodham Clinton a second look. As Clinton considers another White House campaign, progressives are looking for signs that she could become their standard-bearer. On economic issues and diplomatic talks with Iran, Clinton has signaled she would be in step with a more progressive Democratic coalition forged during President Barack Obama's two campaigns. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File)
We're getting a first look at new documents released by a former adviser and close friend of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that detail candid conversations between her and the former First Lady on topics ranging from single-payer healthcare to Bill Clinton's infidelity.
The Washington Free Beacon posted "The Hillary Papers" Sunday night, which portray Clinton as a "strong, ambitious, and ruthless Democratic operative." The documents show Clinton actually defended her husband in a phone call after he admitted to having a relationship with Monica Lewinsky, saying he'd made a mistake but was driven to it by political adversaries and her own shortcomings as a wife.
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