Clinton Submits Email Server To Justice Department Amid FBI Investigation
Hillary Clinton has officially instructed her team to hand over her private email server and a thumb drive containing copies of her emails that were kept at her home in Chappaqua, NY. Clinton’s discretion (or lack thereof) in digital communication has raised concerns among Republicans and Democrats. Even though she has denied exchanging confidential government data on her private email account, federal government officials found four emails from her account that contained classified information and wasn’t labeled as such.
Simultaneously, John Kerry, US Secretary of State, is alleging that Russia or China might be tapping into his email correspondence. His statements are feeding into the common, long-held suspicion that there has been a high interest from foreign powers to breach private communication among America’s most important politicians. Read more at the Washington Post.
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