If there's one person Hillary Clinton and her team appear most comfortable with at Fox News, it's "On the Record" anchor Greta Van Susteren.
In newly released emails from Clinton's tenure as secretary of state, Van Susteren's name comes up at least two separate times, and both times, Clinton and her team believe they have an edge with Van Susteren.
One email, noted by the left-leaning Mother Jones, is from longtime Clinton aide Philippe Reines. In 2009, he wrote to Clinton on media coverage of a foreign policy decision about Cuba. Reines told Clinton that any controversies fueled by the coverage could be rectified tomorrow in your two interviews — "especially Greta who is malleable."
U.S. foreign policy on Cuba did come up the following day in an interview with Clinton conducted by Van Susteren. The Fox anchor asked if the U.S. had been "snubbed" in negotiations to admit Cuba into the Organization of Americas, which serves to represent peace and solidarity among South, Central and North America.