New report hammers Clinton on email failures—but does anyone really care? | The Tylt
Hillary Clinton's email problems are back on the front page. A newly released audit from the State Department faults the former Secretary of State for poorly managing emails and other computer information, and for not responding swiftly to new cybersecurity risks.
The Washington Post called the report "highly critical" of Clinton’s email practices while she was running the State Department. The department’s Office of the Inspector General claimed that by using her personal email account and routing messages through a private server, Clinton circumvented policies designed to follow federal records laws.
Will this latest revelation damage Clinton? Or is the story too boring and stale for people to really care?
The audit is definitely big news, and Clinton's critics are up in arms, saying this is just more confirmation that she is a lawbreaker with something to hide. But her email "scandal" has been going on since March 2015. The report also critiques previous secretaries of state for non-compliance, so she's not the only one. And for many, the words "email scandal" are an oxymoron. Unlike Benghazi or Clinton's Wall Street speeches, intraoffice email procedures are pretty dull.
Clinton enemies on the left and the right say the continuing scandal could drag on her campaign. Others think the longer it goes on without any real explosive revelations, the more boring it gets and the less anyone cares.
What do you think: #HillaryEmailCrime or #TiredOfDamnEmails?
New report hammers Clinton on email failures—but does anyone really care?
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