Capitol Report: Hillary Clinton’s latest emails: an emoji lesson and pizza in Tajikistan

The latest batch of Hillary Clinton’s emails is out. And they include an emoji lesson.

The State Department released more than 7,000 pages of emails from the Democratic presidential front-runner’s time as secretary of state on Friday afternoon. They can all be seen here.

As with previous releases, the new Clinton file offers a window into matters both mundane and weighty. Among the mundane: Asking an aide in 2012 how to get her new BlackBerry to render smiley faces. That request produced this emoji lesson:

No bombshell revelations were immediately apparent — though she did joke to friend and confidant Sidney Blumenthal that an undeliverable message could be linked to “neocon monitoring.”

Clinton also informed Blumenthal there was no Godfather’s Pizza in Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan.

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