Before leaving the State Department in 2013, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton deleted at least 30,000 emails and violated the Federal Records Act by failing to turn them over to the Department for archiving. She cited the emails, which were hosted on her private email server along side emails containing top secret and classified information, being "personal" as the reason for their deletion.
But given Clinton's track record of lying and corruption at the Clinton Foundation, with plenty of evidence to suggest the State Department aiding in that corruption during Clinton's tenure, the excuse of deletion over "personal" emails hasn't been accepted by a skeptical American public.
Last week, GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump landed himself in hot water after suggesting the Russians find the deleted emails but now according a new report, the NSA has Clinton's deleted emails. From Fox News:
The National Security Agency has Hillary Clinton’s deleted emails, and the FBI could access them if it wanted to, a former NSA official claimed in a radio interview.
William Binney, an architect of the NSA’s surveillance program who became a whistleblower when he resigned from the agency in 2001, made the claim on Aaron Klein’s Investigative Radio Sunday.
The NSA has not responded to a request for comment from FoxNews.com. The FBI declined to comment.
Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Napolitano said on "Fox & Friends" Tuesday that any such database could be problematic for FBI Director James Comey, since accessing it “would be revealing that the NSA does in fact have everyone’s emails, which a lot of us believe.”
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has been wreaking havoc on the DNC by publishing hacked emails, has said more email dumps are coming and will further indict Hillary Clinton as dishonest and untrustworthy.