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"WikiLeaks: Hillary Clinton Confidantes Mock Evangelicals And Conservative Catholics In Podesta Emails"
"Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri and Center for American Progress fellow John Halpin mocked conservative Catholicism as an "amazing bastardization of the faith" in new emails released by WikiLeaks.
In the fresh batch of emails released as part of a reported cache of 'Podesta emails,' with the subject line 'Conservative Catholicism,' Halpin also mocks News Corp CEO Rupert Murdoch and Wall Street Journal managing editor Robert Thomson for being Catholic.
'Ken Auletta's latest piece on Murdoch in the New Yorker starts off with the aside that both Murdoch and Robert Thompson, managing editor of the WSJ, are raising their kids Catholic. Friggin' Murdoch baptized his kids in Jordan where John the Baptist baptized Jesus,' Halpin wrote in a 2011 missive to Podesta and Palmieri...
'Thomson likes to remain slightly hidden. But he is perhaps Murdoch's only close friend. The two men are both from Australia, are married to Chinese women, and were born (thirty years apart) on the same day, March 11th. In restaurants, they order Australian wines and delight in discussing that country's politics. They are also both raising their children as Catholics,' Auletta wrote in the piece in describing how similar the men are.
'It surprised me how important it was to both of them that their children were baptized and instructed,' one family intimate noted in the piece. 'This is something they did together. The four kids sat down with a priest.'
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