State Department Identifies 30 Security Incidents Related To Hillarys Email Server
Chuck Ross | Investigative Reporter
The State Department identified at least 30 separate security breaches during its investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clintons use of a private email server, the agency recently disclosed.
In a letter to Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley, a State Department official said that at least 15 State Department employees were responsible for 23 violations and seven security infractions related to Clintons server.
The FBI investigated whether Clinton mishandled classified information by sending and receiving classified emails on a private server that she kept at her residence in New York. The FBI found that Clinton was “extremely careless” in using the server, but ultimately decided not to recommend that she be charged with a crime. (RELATED: Obama White House Tracked FOIA Request For Hillarys Emails That Was Improperly Denied)
The State Department continued its internal review of the Clinton server after the FBI ended its investigation, according to the letter to Grassley. Clintons State Department aides, including Cheryl Mills and Huma Abedin, were aware that she exclusively used the server. Clinton and her aides exchanged thousands of classified emails while she was in office, including more than two dozen that were found to have top-secret information.
Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) talks with aide Huma Abedin (R) before speaking at a neighborhood block party on April 17, 2016 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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