Saturday, September 10, 2016

Colin Powell Advised Hillary Clinton On How To Skirt Email Security As US Secretary Of State

By QZ, Sep 08, 2016 

One of the more notable aspects of this year’s US presidential race is the sheer amount of attention given to Hillary Clinton’s use of email while she served as secretary of state from 2009, with Republicans questioning whether she used proper security procedures. But what about the email habits of her predecessors in that role?

Democratic Congressman Elijah Cummings has made public an exchange between Clinton and Republican Colin Powell, who served as secretary of state during the first term of president George W. Bush. In it, Powell answers two questions from Clinton as she prepares for her new role in January 2009: “What were the restrictions on your use of your blackberry?” and “Did you use it in your personal office?”

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