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Reports: 15 People Broke State Dept. Rules in Handling Clinton's Emails
More than a dozen people broke State Department rules in handling former Secretary Hillary Clinton’s emails, resulting in 23 violations and seven infractions of security protocols, multiple reports stated.
The information came in a letter to Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, who oversees the security review, Fox News reported.
According to the Washington Times, some of the 15 people got write-ups placed in their security files at the department that could affect future attempts to gain security clearances, the department said.
Dear Mr. Chairman:
But I’m willing to bet that just like everyone else they thought Hillary was going to win and it would be business as usual.
they'll start taking a harder look at the construction done on the White House during Obama's watch... and the security renovations at Obama's new house...
One night we went into the State Department building at 2 o'clock in the morning and used additional equipment to positively identify the listening device that had been concealed inside a chair rail molding on the wall of a 7th floor conference room.
But few rooms have changed so much so fast as his dining room, where he often eats his lunch amid stacks of newspapers and briefing sheets. A few weeks back, the President ordered a gutting of the room. “We found gold behind the walls, which I always knew. Renovations are grand,” he says, boasting that contractors from the General Services Administration resurfaced the walls and redid the moldings in two days. “Remember how hard they worked? They wanted to make me happy.”
originally posted by: Fallingdown
a reply to: Boadicea
If they knew Trump was going to win. It wouldn’t have been called a “insurance policy “. ( just in case )
If I was breaking federal law, in fact if I was committing any crime I would have a back up plan.
If I thought I was getting prosecuted or not .
It’s just common sense .