Former State Department staffer Bryan Pagliano ignored a subpoena to appear at a House hearing earlier this week, so will he face any consequences?
Congress is ramping up its investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server, and they're focusing on a Clinton staffer who set up her server and a computer technician who used a software program to delete backups of her emails.
Judge Andrew Napolitano sounded off today after we learned that the IT specialist who set up Hillary Clinton's private email server invoked the Fifth Amendment more than 125 times during a 90-minute, closed-door deposition on Wednesday.
Bryan Pagliano, the former State Department staffer who set up Hillary Clinton's private server, invoked the Fifth Amendment more than 125 times during a 90-minute, closed-door deposition Wednesday with Judicial Watch, Catherine Herridge reported on "Happening Now."
A senior State Department aide testified under oath that he "can't recall" sending a 2011 email in which he suggested then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton use a government email account.
The former State Department staffer who set up Hillary Clinton's private email server will plead the fifth rather than answer questions in a lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch, a decision that could have ramifications for the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.