Hillary Clinton’s New York neighbor decided to troll her with a “for sale” sign next to a fake email server after what he said was a joke of a Tuesday press conference in which Clinton tried to explain why she used a private email account as secretary of state.
According to the New York Daily News, Gary Murphy, a 44-year-old Chappaqua resident, put a hard drive with a for-sale sign near Clinton’s Westchester home with a “for sale” sign reading, “Used Email Server, Clean Hard Drive, 15 Old House Ln. — See Bill.”
“I guess I wasn’t satisfied with the answers she gave,” he told the Daily News.
Clinton said on Tuesday that she deleted nearly 30,000 “personal” emails and declared that “the server will remain private.”
Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC), who chairs the House Select Committee on Benghazi, demanded that Clinton give up her server so a third-party arbiter could determine which emails are “personal.” He said that Hillary should not be able to essentially grade her own papers.
“Frankly, we shouldn’t have to compel it. I think it’s eminently reasonable to ask someone to turn over this server to an independent, neutral third party,” Gowdy said during a Wednesday MSNBC interview. “Not to the House of Representatives, turn it over to a retired judge, an archivist, an inspector general, so that we can have some assurance that the ‘we’ that separated the public from the private did a good job.”