Fiery Stacey Dash Rips Hillary: 'How Could You Want a Criminal' to Be President?
Hillary Clinton did not turn over a key email in which her private email server was discussed, Outnumbered reported this afternoon.
The State Department confirmed Thursday that the former secretary of state did not hand over the message in which she and a top aide spoke about problems caused by her use of a homebrew email server.
The email was included within messages exchanged Nov. 13, 2010, between Clinton and one of her closest aides, Deputy Chief of Staff Huma Abedin. At the time, emails sent from Clinton's BlackBerry device and routed through her private clintonemail.com server in the basement of her New York home were being blocked by the State Department's spam filter. A suggested remedy was for Clinton to obtain a state.gov email account.
"Let's get separate address or device but I don't want any risk of the personal being accessible," Clinton responded to Abedin.
Clinton's campaign spokesman Brian Fallon downplayed the newly discovered message, saying, "Secretary Clinton had some emails with Huma that Huma did not have, and Huma had some emails with Secretary Clinton that Secretary Clinton did not have."
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The Outnumbered panel discussed the ramifications this afternoon, including attorneys Peter Johnson Jr. and Eboni Williams.
Williams noted that voters already question Clinton's trustworthiness and these weekly developments with her emails doesn't help.
But she explained that it all comes down to whether Clinton's actions are deemed improper or illegal. Williams explained that the State Department IG report last month found violations of federal records regulations.
Johnson said that since Clinton deleted 30,000 emails that she deemed "personal," it's become a "jigsaw puzzle" in which investigators need to piece together her email messages.
This comes after Clinton's former IT specialist pleaded the Fifth 125 times during a deposition. Stacey Dash said that just makes Clinton look worse.
"She's a very calculated criminal and how could you want a criminal to run your country? There are so many smoking guns. Why have they not indicted her? ... Because the president doesn't want them to indict her, that's why," she argued.
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