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On August 30, 2011, there was an email between then HRC deputy chief of staff Huma Abedin and Ambassador Steve Mull, who was then the Executive Secretary of the State Department. Following that assignment, he was appointed U.S. Ambassador to Poland, and last year, he was appointed Lead Coordinator for Iran Nuclear Implementation. The Daily Caller obtained the emails through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed on its behalf by Cause of Action and has reported about the emails here (see ScribD file here).
On June 6, Judicial Watch released the deposition transcript of Ambassador Mull. The transcript is available here. Or read below. According to the transcript, here are the numbers on the following words/phrases:
“Objection” — 124 matches;
“I don’t know” — 32 matches;
“I can’t recall” — 21 matches;
“I can’t remember” — 7 matches;
“I don’t remember” — 6 matches.