She said she turned over all her State Department E-mails, but wouldn’t give up the private E-mails on her private server... Then her lawyer says that all her E-mails on the server were scrubbed ! She said she followed all the State Department rules.... Er, she didn’t ! She said she did it all to only use one kind of E-mail device.... But she didn’t do that either !
The unbelievable stuff that Hillary Clinton and her lawyers have said about her E-Mails is really beginning to pile up
Also Trey Gowdy tightens the noose around Hillary’s Neck — He tells Clinton’s lawyer to produce her for sworn testimony
HILLARY USED MULTIPLE DEVICES FOR E-MAILSAccording to a report on CNN, “... Hillary Clinton emailed her staff with multiple devices while serving as secretary of state, according to a source with knowledge of the emails, a revelation that raises questions about a main defense Clinton has used in her email controversy....” (See “
Source: Clinton used iPad for personal email at State” by Dan Merica, 3/31/15, CNN
CNN specifically noted the following: “Clinton's exclusive use of a personal email account and server while at State has grown into a controversy that has defined the run up to Clinton's expected April presidential announcement. In a press conference at the United Nations earlier this month, Clinton explained that she used a personal email because she only wanted to have one phone, not two. *** ‘When I got to work as secretary of state, I opted for convenience to use my personal email account, which was allowed by the State Department,’ Clinton said, ‘because I thought it would be easier to carry just one device for my work and for my personal emails instead of two.’ *** She added: ‘Looking back, it would've been better if I'd simply used a second email account and carried a second phone, but at the time, this didn't seem like an issue.’..."
TREY GOWDY TELLS HILLARY’S LAWYER TO PRODUCE HIS CLIENT FOR RECORDED TESTIMONY BY MAY FIRST [5/1/15]CNN also reported on this: “Clinton's iPad revelation comes the same day that Trey Gowdy, Chairman of the House Select Committee on Benghazi, sent a letter to Clinton's lawyer requesting that the former secretary of state appear before the panel for a transcribed interview on her email usage. *** ‘This Committee is left with no alternative but to request Secretary Clinton appear before this Committee for a transcribed interview to better understand decisions the Secretary made relevant to the creation, maintenance, retention, and ultimately deletion of public records,’ Gowdy said in a letter to David E. Kendall. ‘The Committee is willing to schedule the interview at a time convenient for Secretary Clinton, but no later than May 1, 2015.’ *** Gowdy also said that if Clinton ‘continues to reject the offer of a neutral review, the House of Representatives as a whole will need to consider its next steps.’...”
After discussing the scope of Gowdy’s Select Congressional Committee’s prior subpoenas, CNN mentioned this: “Gowdy said in his letter that once there is a ‘reasonable assurance’ that Clinton had control of her documents, the panel could ‘schedule her appearance in a public hearing to constructively discuss these topics.’...”
WASHINGTON POST COVERAGE OF THE LATEST E-MAIL DISCLOSURE SEEMS SOMEWHAT SKEPTICALThe Washington Post report about this most recent contradiction of remarks that Hillary made at her U.N. press conference about her E-mails is somewhat more critical and incredulous than what appeared on CNN.
The WaPo report starts off like this: “Hillary Clinton, who defended her use of a private e-mail server by saying she only wanted to use one device for all her correspondence, actually used at least two devices: her regular mobile phone and an iPad. *** That's according to a report from the Associated Press, which reviewed Clinton's e-mails released by the State Department. There were only four messages to see. But it was enough for the AP to conclude that Clinton not only used an iPad to send e-mails — she mixed work and personal e-mails on the tablet, too....” (See “Hillary Clinton also used an iPad for e-mails, undercutting her single-device defense” by Brian Fung, 3/31/15, Washington Post/ The Switch [http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/the-switch/wp/2015/03/31/hillary-clinton-also-used-an-ipad-for-e-mails-undercutting-her-single-device-defense/]).
After specifically mentioning an exchange of public-private messages between Huma Abedin and then-Secretary of State Clinton, the Washington Post writer Brian Fung said this: “The anecdote undercuts Clinton's argument for having a private, nongovernmental e-mail server. Weeks ago, she said that it seemed "easier to carry one device for my work… instead of two." The iPad revelation suggests that as secretary of state, Clinton sent work e-mail on more than one device. (Previously, Slate wrote about the many devices of Hillary Clinton, including an iPad mini and iPod.[parenthetical remarks in WaPo article] )....”
Brian Fung’s concluding observation was “how odd it is that Clinton felt compelled to have a separate e-mail server...” ostensibly so Secretary Clinton would only need to operate one E-mail device, when so many Americans needed to do exactly that because of their work demands — and now it appears, so did Hillary herself.