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Hillary Clinton may have lost the 2016 election, but she will still face investigations into her use of a private email server and an alleged "pay-to-play" scam at the Clinton Foundation, according to Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT).

The chairman of the House Oversight Committee joined Maria Bartiromo on "Sunday Morning Futures" today to explain why he's pushing to continue the probes.

"This is the largest breach of security, perhaps, in the history of the State Department," Chaffetz said of Clinton's alleged mishandling of state secrets.

He added that the committee is still looking into dozens of people in Clinton's inner circle.

"We have perjury issues that we still want the Department of Justice to look at," he explained.

He noted that the questions about a pay-to-play scandal involving the Clinton Foundation and Clinton's State Department is a completely separate - and also ongoing - investigation.

He explained that he has a duty and obligation to get to the bottom of these allegations, no matter who won the presidential election.

"It’s this huge, massive mess that has to be cleaned up. So we would be remiss if we just dismissed it and moved on," Chaffetz said. "We have a lot of things that we have to fix, so it never ever happens again."

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