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Hmmm…what’s going here? Hillary Clinton  came under fire for using her personal email account as Secretary of State, and now her allegedly deleted messages have been recovered by the FBI.

Reports The New York Times:

The F.B.I. is looking into how classified information was handled in connection with the account. It was not clear whether the entire trove of roughly 60,000 emails had been found on the server, but one official said it had not been very hard for the F.B.I. to recover the messages.

The officials spoke on the condition of anonymity because they did not want to be identified discussing a continuing investigation. The recovery of the emails was first reported by Bloomberg News.

Mrs. Clinton and her lawyer have said that the server’s contents were deleted last year after her aides determined which emails were personal and which were work-related and should be provided to the State Department. In March, a House committee asked Mrs. Clinton to give the server to a third party to determine whether she had turned over all of the work-related emails.

Mrs. Clinton’s lawyer, David E. Kendall, said in response to the request that there was no reason to hand over the server because there was nothing on it. He said that after Mrs. Clinton’s aides had reviewed the emails, a setting on the server was changed so that only emails sent in the previous 60 days would be retained.

This isn’t exactly great news for Clinton, since she’s running for president. Voters assume politicians to be somewhat trustworthy, this email drama (and doing the Nae Nae) isn’t helping her reputation.



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