FBI Report Indicates Concussion Could Be Why Clinton Didn’t Recall Receiving Security Briefings
A summary of the FBI’s interview with Hillary Clinton concerning her use of a private email server reveals the former of secretary of state did not recall receiving security briefs regarding the handling of classified information.
“However, in December of 2012, Clinton suffered a concussion and then around the New Year had a blood clot,” the FBI’s summary stated. “Based on her doctor’s advice, she could only work at State for a few hours a day and could not recall every briefing she received.”
“According to the report, Clinton told the FBI that she did not set up a private email server to sidestep the law requiring her to keep her business communications a matter of public record. At least one federal judge is examining whether this was the case as part of a lawsuit against the State Department concerning public access to Clinton’s government records,” Reuters reported.
The former secretary of state wrongly said on a number of a occasions that she did not receive classified information on her email server, which she later modified to none classified at the time it was sent or received.
The FBI investigation proved this claim to be false, with investigators finding 110 emails to contain classified information at the time it was sent, and over 2,000 later designated classified.
Some of the emails contained information concerning future planned drone strikes. When questioned why she thought that would not be classified, Clinton told the FBI that she believed the classification level of future drone strikes depended
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