Brooklyn Heights is out of Huma.
Hillary Clinton’s embattled top aide Huma Abedin and campaign chairman John Podesta dropped by the losing presidential candidate’s headquarters at 1 Pierrepont Plaza on Wednesday afternoon to clean out their desks, shortly after Clinton gave her concession speech.
Hours earlier, somber staffers began emptying out the office, hugging and crying as they began vacating the campaign’s nerve center.
Clinton’s team has been working out of tony Cadman Plaza West building as their office since April last year, and the location quickly became a popular target for protests aimed at the former New York senator — although Clinton was said to be an infrequent guest, generally working out of her own office in Manhattan.
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