Wikileaks released emails that showed Hillary Clinton’s camp began worrying about Anthony Weiner during his first sexting scandal in May 2011.

Jennifer Palmieri told the crew they needed to rescue top aide Huma Abedin from her pervy husband.

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Neera Tanden shared Palmieri’s view:

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Weiner’s sexting skills came to light in 2011 when he accidentally posted a revealing photo on his public Twitter timeline. Andrew Breitbart ran the story, even taking over Weiner’s press conference to address the issue. The liberal media went haywire, even accusing Breitbart and then Big Journalism editor Dana Loesch of hacking his Twitter account and posting the picture.

Well, Weiner admitted he did it and resigned from Congress. He went into rehab and launched a campaign to become mayor of New York City with Huma by his side. But that went into a downward spiral when Sydney Leathers revealed he sexted her under the name Carlos Danger. He finished fifth, but Huma did not leave her husband.

But Abedin finally left Weiner in late August after ANOTHER sexting scandal emerged, but this time he took crotch shots in bed with their 4-year-old son.

It only got worse because a 15-year-old girl in North Carolina said she sexted with Weiner. The FBI started an investigation, which led to agents finding new pertinent information for the FBI to reopen its case into Hillary’s private email system:

Federal agents are preparing to scour roughly 650,000 emails contained on the laptop of former Rep. Anthony Weiner to see how many relate to a prior probe of Hillary Clinton’s email use, as metadata on the device suggests there may be thousands sent to or from the private server that the Democratic nominee used while she was secretary of state, according to people familiar with the matter.

The review will take weeks at a minimum to determine whether those messages are work-related emails between Huma Abedin, a close Clinton aide and the estranged wife of Mr. Weiner, and State Department officials; how many are duplicates of emails already reviewed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation; and whether they include either classified information or important new evidence in the Clinton email probe, which FBI officials call “Midyear.”

The FBI has had to await a court order to begin reviewing the emails, because they were uncovered in an unrelated probe of Mr. Weiner, and that order was delayed for reasons that remain unclear.