IG's reports provides evidence that Hillary Clinton knowingly violated the rules

Hillary Clinton expressed concern in November 2010 about the risk of her personal emails becoming accessible after one of her top aides said they needed to discuss putting her on the State Department’s email system.

The revelation of the exchange between Clinton and Huma Abedin was included in a report from the State Department’s inspector general that was released to lawmakers on Wednesday.

The report concluded that Clinton violated the agency’s email rules when she chose to exclusively use a private email server during her four years at State Department and did not promptly turn over records after she departed the agency.

The document also included some details of an exchange between Clinton and Abedin, who both chose not to cooperate with the IG’s investigation.

“In November 2010, Secretary Clinton and her Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations discussed the fact that Secretary Clinton’s emails to Department employees were not being received,” the report said. “The Deputy Chief of Staff emailed the Secretary that “we should talk about putting you on state email or releasing your email address to the department so you are not going to spam.” In response, the Secretary wrote, “Let’s get separate address or device but I don’t want any risk of the personal being accessible.”
She sounds like she had something to hide on personal emails.  Some have speculated that those emails were about arrangements for Bill to sell access by donating to the family foundation.  If the hackers gained access to those emails it could be extremely damaging to her position.

The Washington Times also reports:
Hillary Clinton failed to report several hacking attempts, grew afraid of opening emails
This could be bad news for Hillary Clinton and Republicans.  She looks very beatable at this point, and that may allow the Democrats to select a better candidate.

Fox News also reports:
Hacker who claims he breached Clinton server pleads guilty, strikes deal with feds


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