Thursday on ABCs “World News with David Muir,” chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl said a “senior state department official ” told ABC news former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was violating policy for all four years she served, because while Clinton was exclusively emailing all official State Department business using her private email account with private servers maintained at her residence, she was required to turn over those emails at the time, not five years later.
Karl said, “Today, ABC News has learned Hillary Clinton violated State Department email policy for all four years she served as secretary of state. A senior State Department official tells us, while Mrs. Clinton was secretary, State Department employees were only allowed to use private email if they turned them over to be entered into government computers, and until they did that, they were in violation of the rules. Mrs. Clinton did not turn over emails until late last year, nearly two years after she stepped down as secretary.”
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