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Clinton Tech Says Hillary’s Private Email System Was ‘Attacked’ Forcing Server Shutdown

Wednesday morning a scathing audit of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton‘s email usage (along with the email use of Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice, and others) was released. Investigators with the State Department Inspector General’s Office found that Clinton likely violated federal record keeping rules when she maintained the private server at her New York home. However, buried in the 83-page audit report may be an even more significant new piece of information. A tech advisor servicing the Clinton private email system reportedly notified Clinton’s staff that someone was trying and then had possibly “attacked” her server.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Now, here is where the story gets interesting. This admission in the State Department's IG report puts the lie to Hillary's claim that there is no evidence her server was compromised.

So ...

Hillary's server was attacked to the point of a shut down. At that point, the responsible and prudent thing to do would have been to stop using her unprotected private server and use the secure email system provided by the US Government.

So, why didn't Hillary do the responsible and prudent thing?

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