Tuesday, August 11, 2015
Hillary Clinton's e-mail problems aren't going away any time soon. It was learned today that at least two e-mails Clinton stored on her personal e-mail server during her tenure as Secretary of State were classified as top secret--the highest national security classification. Clinton has claimed the personal e-mail account included no classified matters. That's a specious claim based on the fact that nobody had been allowed to review the content of the e-mails prior to their dissemination to determine if they should be classified.
FBI agents also took custody of the personal server on which she maintained her personal e-mail account while serving as Secretary of State as part of its criminal investigation of mishandling classified information. After insisting for months through her attorney, David Kendall, that she would not turn the server over to any third party for inspection and that all e-mails generated during her time as Secretary of State had been wiped clean from the server, her attorney handed over the server today, along with a thumb drive containing all of the e-mails she copied from the server and turned over to the State Department long after she left office after she was requested to turn them over.
Clinton maintains that remaining e-mails erased from the server were all personal in nature. The State Department's Inspector General has also widened his probe to include the use of personal e-mail accounts by some of Clinton's top aides at the State Department. Is Barry going to have the last laugh and throw Hillary under the bus to ensure she never becomes president?