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Outgoing Presidential Adviser John Podesta Tweets Regret On Not Securing UFO Disclosure

By Carla B.

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Obama aide regrets not securing UFO files disclosure

Just in case you missed it, outgoing senior US presidential adviser John Podesta revealed last week that his main regret of the past year of his service at the White House was keeping Americans away from learning the truth about UFOs.

Podesta, 66, tweeted– the last day as Obama’s counselor a list of his “favorite memories” of the year, ending with his biggest regret. See tweet Below.

Conveniently and not surprisingly, media bigwigs down played the tweet. USA Today featured a story titled, “Punchlines: UFOs and other political sightings.

The Washington Post elaborated on how Podesta is a big fan of the “X-Files,” noting:

Our colleague Karen Tumulty asked him in 2007 about the FOIA jam at the library, and Podesta, through a spokesman, replied: “The truth is out there.” That’s the show’s tag­ line.

Back in 2002, at a press conference organized by the Coalition for Freedom of Information, he said: “It’s time to find out what the truth really is that’s out there. We ought to do it, really, because it’s right. We ought to do it, quite frankly, because the American people can handle the truth. And we ought to do it because it’s the law.”

Podesto also previously served as Bill Clinton’s chief of staff and is reportedly set to join Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign as a senior adviser in the run-up to Barack Obama’s second term ending in 2016.

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Before coming to the White House, Podesta founded the Center for American Progress (CAP), a liberal think tank.

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