On Friday, the Federal Bureau of Investigation released its interview with Hillary Clinton regarding the former Secretary of State’s handling of classified information.
In addition to the heavily redacted 58 pages, the FBI released a memorandum summarizing their probe into Clinton’s use of a home-brew email server that for months has plagued the Democratic presidential nominee’s campaign.
The documents reveal that, during her time in office, Clinton lost several mobile telephones carrying e-mails from her private server. Clinton’s top-aide Huma Abedin and former Clinton aide Monica Hanley indicated, according to the report, that “the whereabouts of Clinton’s [mobile] devices would frequently become unknown once she transitioned to a new device.”
Abedin also admitted that the former Secretary of State was accustomed to using the 8th floor balcony of the State Department building to check her emails – despite knowing she was not allowed to use her mobile devices in her office, the files reveal. As Breitbart News’ Joel Pollak reports:
Presumably, anyone watching the movements of the Secretary of State would have known that she was about to use her mobile devices, either to access her email or perhaps to make telephone calls, as soon as she appeared on the balcony.
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