After over 10,000 of her emails were leaked by Wikileaks, one can certainly say that Hillary Clinton could very well be a textbook politician.
She's one of those politicians who seem to have come straight outside of some storybook or movie. Cliche, clever, cunning, controlled by many factors and people, highly methodical, to a point where anything she says seems like it was carefully constructed and spoken of.
In fact, the LA Times say that her tweets, sometimes casual and friendly, are carefully constructed too with many ad libs. Even if she is at fault, she would rather choose not to admit it.
Think about it, one who is running for president yet thousands upon thousands of their emails are now open to the public. Emails in which she clearly mentions a lot of personal facts and a lot of words which clearly decipher what kind of person she is.
She once quoted upon politics being like the process of producing a sausage. It is something which many people would not like to see but if one has the support of parties who are public and private, it can be made with ease.
This simple quote itself says how she can be manipulative and do basically just about anything in order to get support from everyone.
Nonetheless one cannot decipher all 10,000 emails in this column but the example shown does shine a light upon the rest of the pack.
The Sydney Morning Herald also talks about this topic in high details speaking of how she gave her personalized and detailed opinions and suggestions to many entities in power regarding various political actions taken in the past.
Whether this email exposure showed what kind of person she is, or whether it did not change anyone's perception of her, it certainly gave her a lot more publicity.