Colin Powell sent Hillary Clinton an e-mail explaining his methods for “getting around” federal records laws. That doesn’t exonerate her.
FBI Director James Comey built a solid case against Hillary Clinton’s e-mail wrongdoings, and then decided not to recommend her prosecution.
Hillary Clinton is employing a simple, two-step defense in her e-mail scandal, but it’s unlikely to save her in the long run.
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Clinton’s continually evolving defense of her apparent mishandling of classified information is starting to sound a lot like a running gag from a spy sitcom.
The use of personal e-mail was pervasive among Hillary Clinton’s senior staff, even though Hillary and her close associates were well aware of the security risks.