The website DC Leaks has published more hacked emails pertaining to Hillary Clinton and her use of a private email server to conduct official State Department business while she was secretary of state.

The latest emails involve former Secretary of State Colin Powell, and there are some doozies.

1. The Clintons still dislike President Barack Obama

It's no secret that Clinton and Obama shared a mutual animosity toward each other while both ran for president in 2008. But as recently as 2015, it seems the anger the Clintons had toward Obama still lingered.

"I think Hillary can't believe she might not make it. It's the one prize she wants. She has everything else," wrote president and co-founder of Leeds Equity, Jeffrey Leeds, who is also a big donor to Democrats. "And she HATES that the President ("that man," as the Clintons call him) kicked her ass in 2008. She can't believe it or accept it."

That email was sent to Powell on March 14, 2015.

2. Clinton might have been prepared to drag Obama down with her

Leeds makes many appearances in the newly leaked emails. In another email, he tells Powell that "no one likes" Clinton, after the former secretary of state lost Maine in the Democratic primary to her rival, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.

"She's got trouble too. No one likes her and the criminal thing ain't over," Leeds wrote in March 2016. "I don't think the president would weep if she found herself in real legal trouble. She'll pummel his legacy if she gets a chance and he knows it."

3. Even Democrats questioned Clinton's health

Here is Leeds again (maybe this guy just doesn't like Clinton), this time noting a conversation he had with Rhode Island Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse after the senator attended an event with Clinton.

"Sheldon Whitehouse, who is a huge Clinton supporter, said they were both giving speeches at the same event a few months back and she could barely climb the podium steps," Leeds said in a March 14, 2015 email to Powell.

Leeds had been responding to an email Powell had written to him, discussing Clinton's health.

"On HD tv she doesn't look good. She is working herself to death," Powell wrote. He added that "She will turn 70 her first year in office."

4. Powell didn't want to be Clinton's email scapegoat

Powell didn't appreciate being Clinton's scapegoat when it came to the use of a private email server. While Powell also used a private email account, he did not have his own private server. He used an AOL account (hey, it was the early 2000s), which was maintained by AOL's servers.

"Dumb. She should have done a 'Full Monty' at the beginning. She was using email when she took over," Powell wrote on Aug. 23, 2016. "They put the personal system in the basement a few months later… She didn't need any advice or ok from me; she was already doing it. I gave her written guidance on why and how I had been doing it."

He added: "I warned her staff three times over the past two years not to try to connect it to me. I am not sure HRC even knew or understood what was going on in the basement."

In another email, Powell wrote of another instance in which he tried to get the campaign so stop connecting him to her email scandal.

Sad thing it [sic] that HRC could have killed this two years ago by merely telling everyone honestly what she had done and not tie me to it," Powell wrote on Aug. 28, 2016. "I told her staff three times not to try that gambit. I had to throw a mini tantrum at a Hampton's party to get their attention. She keeps tripping into these 'character' minefields."

5. Powell was really upset about being tied to Clinton's email scandal

"They are going to dick up the legitimate and necessary use of emails with friggin record rules. I saw email more like a telephone than a cable machine," Powell wrote to Leeds on Aug. 18, 2015. "As long as the stuff is unclassified. I had a secure State.gov machine."

6. Seriously, he was angry about the whole thing

When Democratic commentator James Carville wrote a column comparing Powell's emails to Clinton's, the former secretary of state under George W. Bush shot him an angry email.

"Dear James, you are the latest HRC acolyte trying to use me to cover her on the email caper. All these attempts and her dissembling has just made it Worse [sic]." Powell wrote.

He added: "She now is apologizing," before writing that "suddenly you surface to throw another log on the fire."

7. Powell is a quote machine

This one has staying power: "Everything [Hillary Rodham Clinton] touches she kind of screws up with hubris," Powell wrote.

8. Leeds and Powell had concerns about Clinton's campaign last summer

"HRC may be in serious trouble," Leeds wrote to Powell on Aug. 18, 2015. "And she sounds terrible thing [sic] to spin. Worse every day."

9. Powell blamed Ambassador Christopher Stevens for the Benghazi attack

This one's pretty sick. Powell said the Benghazi investigation against Clinton was "a stupid witch hunt" and that the "basic fault" for the attack "falls on a courageous ambassador who thought Libyans now love me and I am ok in this very vulnerable place."

Powell also blamed Clinton and Stevens' "leaders and supporters" in Washington, DC.

"But blame also rests on his leaders and supports back here. Pat Kennedy, Intel community, [State Department] and yes HRC," Powell wrote.

10. Clinton cost Powell a university speaking gig

"I told you about the gig I lost at a University because [Clinton] so overcharged them they came under heat and couldn't any [sic] fees for awhile," Powell wrote. "I should send her a bill."

11. Powell believe Bill Clinton is still cheating and doesn't want to vote for Hillary

"I would rather not have to vote for her, although she is a friend I respect," Powell wrote to Leeds on July 26, 2014. "A 70-year person with a long track record, unbridled ambition, greedy, not transformational, with a husband still dicking bimbos at home (according to the NYP)."

That's an email for the ages.

12. Powell didn't like Gen. Michael Flynn

"I spoke at [the Defense Intelligence Agency] last month," Powell wrote to his son. "Flynn got fired as head of DIA. His replacement is a black Marine 3-star. I asked why Flynn got fired. Abusive with staff, didn't listen, worked against policy, bad management, etc. He has been and was right-wing nutty every [sic] since. I watched about five minutes on line of his talked [sic] and switched off."

13. Powell thinks the FBI 'loved' him

In one email exchange, Powell said "several folks" had come up to him the night before to tell him Clinton "threw you under the bus." Powell replied: "Don't be silly, she is under bus," and claimed "The FBI guys loved me and so did the [Inspector General] types."

14. Powell doesn't like Clinton, but he doesn't like Donald Trump either

Powell really disliked Trump's quest to uncover President Obama's birth certificate.

"Yup, the whole birther movement was racist," Mr. Powell wrote in one email. "That's what the 99% believe. When Trump couldn't keep that up he said he also wanted to see if the certificate noted that he was a Muslim. As I have said before, 'What if he was?' Muslims are born as Americans everyday."

Powell also called Trump a "national disgrace" and an "international pariah."

15. Powell also didn't like the Cheneys

"They are idiots and spent force peddling a book that ain't going nowhere," Powell wrote in an email about former Vice President (whom Powell served alongside) Dick Cheney.

16. And he didn't much care for Donald Rumsfeld

"One day when we both have had too many drinks we can discuss why [President George W. Bush] tolerated him and why Dick [Cheney], a successful SecDef, was so committed to Don," Powell wrote in yet another email. "I must say I gagged as [President George H.W. Bush] praised him as the 'best' at the statuary hall unveiling."

17. Actually, Powell pretty much despises everyone

See points 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16.

18. He likes to use the word 'dick'

See points 5 and 11.

Update: An earlier version left out part of an email in which Powell also blamed Clinton and others in Washington for Benghazi. He put the blame on Stevens first, but he did add that others were at fault.

Ashe Schow is a commentary writer for the Washington Examiner.