Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton picks out fresh corn during a visit to Dimond Hill Farm in Hopkinton, New Hampshire July 28, 2015.
More details have emerged about emails from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private server, including that there was classified material from five different agencies and among the information were discussions about the situation in Benghazi, in which terrorists attacked a U.S. facility and killed four Americans. “This is really a question for the State Department, they’re the ones who are bearing the responsibility to sort through these thousands and thousands of emails and determine at what pace they can be released”.
Clinton, as a result, has been, according to McClatchy, “caught in a murky dispute between State Department and intelligence officials over whether emails on her server were classified”. GOP critics want to determine if the former New York senator sent classified information from a personal account, a charge Clinton has denied.
With this release, the campaign says 38 years of Clinton tax returns have been available to the press over the course of her career, dating back to 1977.
Memos sent by the inspector general, I. Charles McCullough III, alerted the FBI to a potential security violation arising from Clinton’s use of a private server located in her home, a counterintelligence referral the office says it is required to make under law.
According to The Weekly Standard, Boehner accused Clinton of “undermin[ing] our national security” by exclusively using a private email system to conduct State Department business. If not, the information would have been vulnerable. On the campaign trail, she frequently mentions her middle-class upbringing in a Chicago suburb and the loans she and former President Bill Clinton used to fund their education. “It’s not that it can’t be done. And I have seen Patty over the years be able to do just that”. Clinton said she had earlier released tax returns from 1977 to 2006.
“She is in excellent physical condition and fit to serve as president of the United States“, said the the statement from her doctor, Lisa Barack. “Both she and her team made a serious management mistake that no one should ever repeat”.
The email issue, however, has distracted from Clinton’s campaign for days and already has hurt her in public opinion polls.
These goals would be the first of Clinton’s comprehensive climate-change agenda, which will be released in the coming months.
In a statement, Clinton emphasized that she came into her wealth later in her life – an effort to draw a distinction with Bush, the scion of a rich political family. Marco Rubio of Florida – in theoretical general-election matchups in the key swing states of Colorado, Iowa, and Virginia.