More Deception: Hillary Failed to Turn Over KEY Email

The Associated Press headline is that Former Secretary Hillary Clinton failed to divulge a key email to the State Department. It could be argued, however, that this was not a failure on Hillary’s part. It was planned all along to allow the former Secretary to escape public scrutiny of her failed tenure at the State Department. This has been the plan all along. There has be deceit,  denial, deception, and declarations of innocence from the day this started. This FOIA lawsuit by Judicial Watch is just one of the things that backs Donald Trump’s charges against her. Read more below.

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As Written By the Associated Press:

(AP) Former Secretary Hillary Clinton failed to turn over a copy of a key message involving problems caused by her use of a private homebrew email server, the State Department confirmed Thursday. The disclosure makes it unclear what other work-related emails may have been deleted by the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.

The email was included within messages exchanged Nov. 13, 2010, between Clinton and one of her closest aides, Deputy Chief of Staff Huma Abedin. At the time, emails sent from Clinton’s BlackBerry device and routed through her private server in the basement of her New York home were being blocked by the State Department’s spam filter. A suggested remedy was for Clinton to obtain a email account.

“Let’s get separate address or device but I don’t want any risk of the personal being accessible,” Clinton responded to Abedin.

Clinton never used a government account that was set up for her, instead continuing to rely on her private server until leaving office.

The email was not among the tens of thousands of emails Clinton turned over to the agency in response to …..

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