The saga surrounding Hillary Clinton's ever-evolving story on what exactly happened to all of her emails while she served as secretary of state has taken yet another turn this week.
At this point, it's hard to keep up with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's account on her private email address and server she utilized during her State Department tenure. In late 2014, Clinton admits that she deleted roughly 30,000 emails that she deemed to be of a personal nature. Since then, Clinton has made conflicting statements on the content of those emails. In early 2015, Clinton attempted to justify the use of a private address and server, citing “convenience,” claiming she never sent or received classified information.
After launching her presidential campaign, the claim that she never sent or received classified information evolved into the claim that nothing was marked classified at the time and subsequently devolved into remarks over wiping her server “with a cloth.”
We now know that Clinton emailed her deputy chief of staff in November 2010 stating her desire to get a new email address or device so that not everything would be “accessible.” But accessible to whom? To read more about this stunning revelation that contradicts Clinton's previous statements, continue on the next page: