https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics ... story.html
But the whole episode leaves me very uneasy. Why would Hillary Clinton, of all people, deliberately and repeatedly ignore or reject the most basic requirements for keeping the nation's highest secrets secure? The Clinton campaign has said this:
That simply will not do. For a Secretary of State and, likely, President of the United States to set her personal convenience above the nation's security is unacceptable. And it was all completely unnecessary. Many of us have separate e-mail setups for private personal communications and our public transactions; there's no difficulty or inconvenience in that. In my mind at least, it raises a serious question of what kind of president she will be, and whether she'll be able to get through the 4 or 8 years without impeachment by a hostile Congress implacably against her. She had better make a top-flight choice for vice president.When Clinton got to the Department, she opted to use her personal email account as a matter of convenience. It enabled her to reach people quickly and keep in regular touch with her family and friends more easily given her travel schedule. That is the only reason she used her own account.
I will vote for her in November, as I was always going to, because no Republican except maybe Olympia Snow deserves my vote, Donald Trump least of all. But I won't be happy about it, and I expected to be. She has let us down.