BREAKING: Office of the Inspector General report on Clinton’s Email Server

In an internal repot sent to Capitol Hill on Wednesday, an internal watchdog determined that Hillary Clinton and her senior aides did not comply with the State Department’s record keeping policies.

The Hill reported this morning that Clinton circumvented policies designed to follow federal records laws and may have jeopardized official secrets, the department’s Office of the Inspector General said in a report obtained by The Hill ahead of the its official publication on Thursday.

Clinton never requested permission to use the personal server, which was located at her New York home, and it “would not” have been approved, in part, because of “the security risks in doing so,” the watchdog agency determined.

Additionally, Clinton “never demonstrated” to State Department security officials that her personal server or BlackBerry device “met minimum information security requirements.”

Read the full report from The Hill

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