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New emails showed that top aide to Hillary Clinton Huma Abedin was concerned about State Department officials using their BlackBerry devices while traveling in Russia.

She also made a point of telling Clinton Foundation executives they wouldn't be reachable through official or their addresses.

Laura Ingraham weighed in saying that this "goes to the basic question of what is the public trust."

"You get the sense that when Hillary hears the phrase 'public trust' it's 'Well, I trust the public to work for me.' No, you're supposed to work for the public, and your focus is supposed to be on foreign policy and making our country safer and our allies safer.'"

She added: "You can't keep government communications on servers that are hackable. You saw that Huma Abedin understood that this stuff was not secure."

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