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New documents show the longtime Hillary Clinton aide juggling multiple jobs during her State Department stint.
He peppered State lawyers with questions about what they are doing to ensure that the department has sought to retrieve public documents from Clinton and her top aides.
Attorney David Kendall made the comment in a Wednesday letter to the the chair of the Senate Homeland Security Committee.
“It was an e-mail server, that simple,” said an executive of the company that turned over the hardware to the FBI.
Her campaign is struggling to move past questions about her e-mail habits as secretary of state.
Intelligence agencies will now determine whether the e-mails contain classified material that should not be released to the public.
What had begun months ago as a question about proper archiving of records has become a bigger, more politically dangerous issue: Whether sensitive data was at risk of falling into the wrong hands.
The development in the FBI’s inquiry into the security of her e-mail system came the same day a top intelligence official told congressional leaders that top-secret information did travel across the server.
The agency has been looking into the security of the unusual system, which housed e-mail accounts for Hillary Clinton and her top aides during her tenure as secretary of state.
The candidate swore in a statement that she has turned over all of the
e-mails that were federal records.