WikiLeaks: Even Clinton's Advisers Wondered Who Was Going to Be Held Accountable for Her Unsecure Emails

Cortney O'Brien
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Posted: Oct 28, 2016 7:30 AM
WikiLeaks: Even Clinton's Advisers Wondered Who Was Going to Be Held Accountable for Her Unsecure Emails

It turns out even Hillary Clinton's closest advisers were taken aback by her use of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state. Thanks to WikiLeaks, we find out just what the Center for American Progress's Neera Tanden, Clinton adviser, thought about Clinton's email use and whether anyone has faced accountability for it. (Warning: Graphic language.)

In the thousands of emails WikiLeaks has released, we've found out just how panicked Team Clinton was over her inappropriate and dangerous decision to send and receive potentially classified information via an unsecure server. We've also learned that despite what President Obama told the media last year, he knew of Clinton's private server way before it became public.

After a lengthy FBI investigation, FBI Director James Comey announced that Clinton and her staff had indeed acted recklessly, yet the agency would not be pursuing criminal charges.

Like Tanden, many are probably wondering who is going to be held accountable.