Newly released documents from the State Department reveal Hillary Clinton was the subject of a grand jury investigation related to her BlackBerry email accounts.
Two-time failed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spied on her own campaign staff’s emails after her first loss in 2008 to Barack Obama.
Hillary Clinton’s failed 2016 presidential campaign was bogged down with infighting, according to excerpts from Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign, an upcoming book written by Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes.
NBC reporter Andrea Mitchell told a Politico podcast that she and the rest of the press “were harassing” Hillary Clinton about her private email server use throughout the summer of 2015.
Hillary Clinton retained access to classified and top-secret documents for herself and six staffers years after resigning as secretary of state in 2013, according to a senior Republican senator.
The conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch released on Wednesday 1,184 pages of State Department records that include 29 previously undisclosed emails from Hillary Clinton’s private server.
Judicial Watch, a D.C-based government watchdog group, is suing the Office of National Intelligence and the Department of State in hopes of forcing a report be conducted on whether Hillary Clinton’s private email practices damaged national security during her tenure as secretary of state.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R., Utah) remains intent on finishing the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server and lambasted the State Department on Wednesday for delaying the release of relevant documents.
Democrats and members of the media have seized on a Thursday report that Vice President Mike Pence used a personal email account while serving as Indiana’s governor, attempting to brand Pence as a hypocrite for attacking Hillary Clinton’s use of an unsecured private email server throughout the campaign.