Our national security was put at great risk.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (America’s top diplomat in charge of national security) used an unsecured, private email server – stored at her home – for “Top Secret” State Department emails.
Federal laws may have been broken. Critical classified State Department documents were unsecured.
Our diplomats – our national security – were jeopardized.
The same Department of Justice (DOJ) that has failed to investigate the IRS scandal cannot be trusted to investigate this significant breach of security. The FBI is already prejudging the facts before reviewing the evidence.
We’re preparing critical legal letters to the DOJ and Congress demanding a full investigation, not a faux investigation.
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