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Hillary Clinton has been highly criticized for her use on an unsecured personal server possibly exposing classified documents as cybersecurity risks.
IN WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton “did not comply” with federal record keeping rules as Secretary of State by bypassing a government email system and failing to turn in all her emails before leaving the State Department, according to an investigative report.
The report by the State Department Inspector General also said that Clinton and her top aides — Human Abedin, Jake Sullivan and Cheryl Mills — refused to cooperate in the review.
Clearly, a violation of classified information. Anyone else would have been fired and prosecuted. Hillary has also damaged her trustworthiness with the American people, ultimately failing her own political campaign process. How can the American people put their trust in a “mistake” she claimed to have made and as one of Hillary’s campaign representatives said, “She made a mistake.” This is more than a mistake but also a cover up when people were told not to address or ask about this personal computer server. Hillary Clinton did not comply with the federal rules, regulations, and guidelines to prevent and protect classified information being exposed to cybersecurity risk.
No one in a highly visible position as Secretary of State should have been handling classified information through emails on a personal computer server. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton never discussed her personal computer server with the IT Division in charge. Her awareness of being in violation must have crossed her mind if her people were told not to discuss this issue. The implication of carelessness and intention to put at risk foreign and classified information is a very serious breach of security. As an elected or appointed government official your first priority is to secure your personal area for risk of cybersecurity.
The IT Division staff would have never approved or allowed this kind of serious violation.
This really reflects very poorly on this Democratic candidate running for President of the United States. This should automatically disqualify her to continue to run for President of the United States. Hillary Clinton’s erased emails are comparative to President Nixon’s eighteen minute gap on his recorded tape.
No one in good conscience should allow Hillary Clinton to continue to run for President.
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