Both Abedin and Clinton recklessly directed state resources on private devices, which were likely hacked on numerous occasions.
Between Wikileaks and Judicial Watch, there are many gems in their emails, but Huma always appears in the best ones.
It's really no wonder the FBI interviewed Abedin in their highly politicized investigation of the Clinton's private server.
Perhaps we owe this to their intimate working relationship, Abedin probably didn't earn her position from acumen alone. But let's hear what Hillary's closest aide recently said about public access to her emails.
Huma Abedin and her husband, Anthony Weiner, have spent much of their political careers as insiders within the Clinton faction of the Democratic Party.
While serving as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton used a private server to handle her work-related communications.
The FBI is currently investigating whether or not Clinton mishandled sensitive information and compromised national security.
Some emails just show Huma performing simple tasks, like reminding Hillary the name of Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu right before a meeting.
But then other emails show Huma casually referring to Hillary as “confused” while warning an underling to walk the former secretary through her schedule and make sure she remembers all her meetings.
"Have you been going over calls with her for tomorrow? So she knows singh is at 8?" Abedin asked Monica Hanley just before 5:00 p.m. on a Saturday.
"She was in bed for a nap by the time I heard that she had an 8am call," Hanley replied three minutes later, "Will go over with her."
"Very imp to do that. She's often confused," Abedin advised Hanley in a series of emails obtained by Judicial Watch, a government transparency group.
A few emails between Hillary, Huma and Sidney Blumenthal discuss the status of their long-term foreign policy goals.
This 2010 email detailing their fears of Gaddafi and Assad coordinating their forces against Western backed jihadists in the Middle East. The correspondence also reveals how Blumenthal influenced State Department policy under Clinton.
There’s also the emails four days after the Benghazi attacks in which Hanley once again shepherds Clinton, but she ignored her handlers and slept through the national security meeting with President Obama at the White House.
Disconnected, lethargic, needy.
All these qualities appear throughout Hillary's emails, illustrating her royal approach to governance, which delegates responsibility to a bloated staff of hapless bureaucrats, like Huma Abedin.