The FBI is bringing it months long investigation into the former secretary of state’s actions to a close, as it prepares to interview Clinton’s closest aides.
Over 2,000 of the 52,000 emails turned over by Clinton in response to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit contained classified information, with 22 of those emails labeled “top secret” and too sensitive to be released to the general public.
Even more concerning, the emails contained Special Access Program material, which is above top secret and only to be revealed on a “Need to know” basis.
Several public officials contend that Hillary Clinton should be disqualified from being president in light of her alleged mishandling of classified material.
Many have noted how the former secretary of state’s story regarding her emails has changed over time. After the Clinton email story broke last spring, Clinton claimed she hadn’t emailed any classified material anyone, then flip-flopped months later to say they weren’t classified “at the time.”
The Justice Department could indict Clinton with or without evidence that she knowingly put American secrets in jeopardy and American lives at risk.
This is not the conduct of someone who should be president; this is the conduct of someone who belongs in prison.
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