Longtime Clinton Aide Calls Chelsea 'A Spoiled Brat' In Leaked Email

Doug Band had some harsh words for Chelsea Clinton in an email released by WikiLeaks on Monday.
Longtime Clinton Aide Calls Chelsea 'A Spoiled Brat' In Leaked Email

Chelsea Clinton is "a spoiled brat kid who has nothing better to do but create issues." 

At least, that's what longtime Bill Clinton aide Doug Band reportedly said in an email released by WikiLeaks on Monday.

Band had some pretty harsh words for Chelsea Clinton while emailing back and forth with Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.

In that same email, Band also said she "hasn't found her way and has a lack of focus in her life."

He added, "I realize it is difficult to confront and reason with her. ... I don't deserve this from her and deserve a tad more respect."

The email doesn't name Chelsea specifically. 

SEE MORE: What's So Damning About The New Hillary Clinton Emails From WikiLeaks?

But Band references "cvc" — her initials — throughout the conversation.

This particular email was just one of nearly 2,100 emails WikiLeaks released Monday.

The organization has now posted more than 4,000 emails from Podesta.

Monday's email dump includes messages between September 2007 and March 2016.

This newest batch comes just hours after the second presidential debate, during which Hillary Clinton seemed to confirm that last week's WikiLeaks email dump contained real documents.

One of the emails included excerpts from Hillary Clinton's paid speeches to Wall Street in which she reportedly said, "You need both a private and a public stance on certain issues." During the debate, she explained that she was referencing the movie "Lincoln" and how she admired Abraham Lincoln's use of different arguments for different people.

Neither Chelsea nor Hillary Clinton has yet to respond to Monday's release.

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