Huma Abedin Speaks for First Time Since Latest Weiner Scandal, Says She Is 'Sad'
Hillary Clinton’s closest aide Huma Abedin has come out of seclusion for the first time since the email uproar involving estranged husband Anthony Weiner broke last week.
Photographers found her at Union Station in Washington, D.C., and asked how she was feeling.
"Sad," she replied.
FBI agents are still investigating how Clinton emails ended up on Weiner’s private computer.
At the train station, she was asked if Weiner’s “antics could hurt Hillary’s campaign” and if Trump could win.
Abedin did not respond to those particular questions.
Abedin was still supporting Clinton at a glitzy private fundraiser in the nation's capital with fashion icons Anna Wintour and Diane Von Furstenberg.
The candidates and their surrogates are in a full sprint to the finish line before Tuesday’s election. They are actually bumping into each other at airports in the battleground states.
Trump Force One was on the runway in Miami, Florida, Thursday as President Obama's Air Force One was seen in the background.
In North Carolina, Clinton’s plane was on a runway at Raleigh-Durham International Airport Thursday evening while Trump’s jet was spotted nearby.