An email made public Thursday by the State Department indicated Hillary Clinton was not happy to learn she had been edited out of a photograph of cabinet officials gathered in the Situation Room.
The message, one of 5,500 pages of Clinton's private emails released on New Year's Eve, showed Clinton asked one of her aides to push the White House for a formal complaint after a Hasidic newspaper ran an image of President Obama, chief of staff Denis McDonough and members of the administration's national security team as they watched the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound unfold.
Although Clinton is featured in the official version of the photograph, she did not appear in the image published by the newspaper Der Zeitung in May 2011.
Clinton complained to a handful of aides, friends and even her daughter that she had read she was "photoshopped out perhaps because no woman should be in such a place of power or that I am dressed immodestly!!" in an email bearing the subject line "Unbelievable."