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Congress is back in session, and House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz is pushing for an investigation into whether Hillary Clinton and her aides destroyed evidence and obstructed justice in the scandal over her use of a private email server.

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), who serves on the House Oversight Committee, told Martha MacCallum today that it's important to "keep digging" into Clinton's mishandling of classified information.

He pointed out the FBI's notes on the agency's investigation into Clinton's private server reveal that a Clinton staffer deleted her emails with an online program called BleachBit and physically destroyed her mobile devices with a hammer, despite preservation orders and a congressional subpoena.

Jordan added that the deletion of Clinton's emails occurred after a conference between Clinton's legal team and Platte River Networks, the IT company that handled some of the server work for Clinton.

"That calls for more investigation, more looking into this, because that is just absolutely wrong," Jordan said.

"No other American could get away with this," Jordan said. "Just because you're secretary of state, major nominee for president, former first lady, former senator, you shouldn't get away with it either."

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