A longtime State Department official said he assumed that
then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was using her personal email to
“stay in touch with family and friends”, not conduct official business.
In a two-hour deposition with the conservative legal
watchdog group Judicial Watch last week, Lewis Lukens also said he
offered to set up a “stand-alone” computer for Clinton to check her
personal email account, only to be told that she “does not know how to
use a computer to do email.”
Lukens’ testimony was released Thursday, the day
after the State Department inspector general released a report
criticizing Clinton’s email setup, saying that it violated federal
records rules and cybersecurity guidelines.
The FBI is investigating possible mishandling of
classified information that passed through the server, which was set up
in the basement of Clinton’s Chappaqua, N.Y. home. Clinton has
repeatedly denied any wrongdoing, and did so again Thursday.
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