The final batch of Hillary Clinton emails was released Monday night, after a month’s delay that the State Department blamed on #snowmaggedon. Coincidentally, the weekend of snow days managed to delay the final email release until after the votes were counted in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina.
Clinton has said that, as secretary of state, of course she would know what information was classified and what wasn’t — at the same time complaining that not every document that traveled through her private email server was clearly marked. A second or third opinion wouldn’t hurt, though, would it?
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Keep in mind that she was often confused, according to her staff, even when it came to using the fax machine.
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And how can her staff tell if an email is top secret unless she’s forwarding it around from her unsecured homebrew email server?