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Hillary Clinton’s New Classified Email Revelation

Yesterday, the New York Post revealed that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton continued to send classified material via email months after she left the State Department adding another provable lie to rebut her claims that she did not send classified material via her unsecure private email server. 

According to reporting by Daniel Halper of the New York Post, on May 28, 2013, months after stepping down as secretary of state, Clinton sent an email to a group of diplomats and top aides about the “123 Deal” with the Tired HillaryUnited Arab Emirates. 

But the email, reported Halper, which was obtained by the Republican National Committee through a Freedom of Information Act request, was heavily redacted upon its release by the State Department because it contains classified information. 

The markings on the email state it will be declassified on May 28, 2033, and that information in the note is being redacted because it contains “information regarding foreign governors” and because it contains “Foreign relations or foreign activities of the United States, including confidential sources.” 

As Fox News observed in its coverage of the Post report, the email came from Clinton’s [email protected] account, and was sent to Deputy Secretary of State William Burns, State Department chief of staff Cheryl Mills, top Clinton aide Huma Abedin and others. 

It should be noted that Mills and Abedin were by then no longer with the State Department. With no demonstrable need to know it is questionable at best why they should have been allowed access to confidential material. 

Clinton sent the message, reported earlier Wednesday by the New York Post, to current and former State Department officials. In it, she forwarded a link to a New York Times story about South Korea’s nuclear reactor and went on to reminisce about an episode from when she was the top U.S. diplomat. 

"Remember how after US signed 123 deal w UAE and we were in Abu Dhabi and...," she wrote before the redacted text. 

Fox News’ award winning chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge observed in an appearance on Greta Van Susteren’s “On the Record” that the email exchange was almost office gossip in nature. 

Which begs the question what kind of judgement was Clinton exercising in gossiping about classified information via email hosted on her unsecured server? 

The Trump campaign was quick to point out that, “Hillary Clinton’s secret server jeopardized our national security and sensitive diplomatic efforts on more than 2,000 occasions, and shockingly, it now appears her reckless conduct continued even after leaving the State Department. Hillary Clinton’s terrible judgment shows she cannot be trusted with our national security.” 

Of course what is lost in the discussion of the Clinton email server is the substance of what prompted the exchange which was in part that UAE representatives reportedly questioned the merits of the 2009 agreement, known as the "123 Deal," in the wake of the nuclear accord struck between the U.S. and Iran. 

Once again the intersection of two Obama – Clinton scandals, the Iran Nuclear Deal and Clinton’s use of an unsecure email server to communicate classified information, intersect in Hillary Clinton’s failed judgement.

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More email expose should disqualify Hillary

The more email misdeeds against Hillary further demonstrates her dishonesty as shown in national polls of untrustworthy ratings that she receives. However, for unbelievable reasons voters ignore these facts and the FBI refuses to prosecute her! Now if you add all this to her failed political background, it seems that her road to the W.H. is almost a certainty. I would add my view of those voters who will also support her and which gets little or no press. They consist of voters who traditionally vote Democrat and always buy the whole party line; those who so dislike Trump that they will overlook her failures; other voters who are turned off by both candidates and will skip voting this time; still others who are economically comfortable in their individual circumstances and pay no attention to the issues that don't affect them personally; and finally some unknown numbers who never exercise their responsibilities as citizens and don't register to vote.