Hillary seems pretty confident that she won’t be indicted by the FBI over her use of a private email server. Her defense is that while classified information was sent over her server, it wasn’t marked as classified at the time. A weird excuse, because you think the Secretary of State would know what kind of information would be deemed classified even if it wasn’t explicitly noted.
Hillary went as far as to refuse to answer a question about a possible FBI indictment at the previous Democrat debate, which drew applause from the audience.
Hillary may be confident that nothing incriminating will be found in her emails – but it’s not just her emails the FBI is looking at.
Huma Abedin, a Hillary staffer and the vice chairwoman of her campaign was also required to turn her emails over… and that has her terrified.
Huma Abedin hasn’t freshly read any of her email exchanges with Hillary Clinton that have been released by the State Department, but the longtime Clinton aide said it is “terrifying” to know that the messages are out there.
“It’s something I can’t really think about, but I can’t even imagine what’s in those emails. But I’m sure I would probably be mortified. I have no idea. I haven’t read any of them,” Abedin, who served as one of Clinton’s top aides at State, said in an interview with the podcast “Call Your Girlfriend.”
In the interview, Abedin was also asked about the infamous fax emails in which she is trying to coach Clinton through using a secure fax machine. Abedin said the exchange showed “a little bit of her frustration because it wasn’t working, and my frustration that she couldn’t figure it out or whatever it was.”
Hillary may be confident that she hasn’t revealed anything criminal through her emails – but who knows what Huma’s contain.
An indictment would be great news for Bernie Sanders. Maybe he’ll regret stating that the American public is “sick and tired of hearing about” Hilary’s “damn emails” then.
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