Hillary Clinton, the email controversy

Hillary Clinton, the email controversy

When Hillary Clinton was campaigning as a presidential candidate in March 2015, it became publicly known that she used personal email addresses connected to a privately-owned server, rather than government email accounts maintained on secured federal servers. Because, she thought that it would enable her to reach people quickly and keep in regular touch with her family and friends more easily. As per investigation report, the domain was established on January 13, 2009, but as per Hillary's statement, she began using the private server for government business since March 18, 2009. It is a fact that the laws, regulations, and the State Department policy in place during her tenure say she was in compliance with the laws and regulations at that time. In fact, more than 90% of those emails (30,490 ¡°work-related¡± emails to the State Department totaling 55,000 printed pages) have already been captured in the State Department¡¯s email system before she provided them with paper copies. Presently, her best defense is, she held the office of 67th United States Secretary of State between January 21, 2009 ¨C February 1, 2013 and the law to forward all work-related email through the federal server was enacted by President Obama on November 26, 2014, after Hillary Clinton departed the State Department on February 1, 2013. However, on March 10, 2015, it was learned that the 31,830 emails which she deleted herself were, as per her statement, ¡°private

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