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HILLARY INVESTIGATION OVER: 38 People Cited, Found 588 Total Violations


The State Department completed its investigation into failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's private email server and found a total of 588 total violations and cited 38 people for violations.

The State Department investigated 33,000 of the emails Hillary turned over for review. The Department found 588 total violations involving "information then or now deemed to be classified but could not assign fault in 497 cases," according to USA Today.

Clinton said in an interview with NowThis News the renewed probe into her emails is the "real witch hunt."

"It's a witch hunt. It's a real one, unlike the kind of things Trump talks about," she said.
Even though Hillary has the "witch" part right, it's not a witch hunt.

The State Department ramped up an investigation into Clinton's private email server by contacting at least 130 former Clinton aides, according to The Washington Post.

"This has nothing to do with who is in the White House. This is about the time it took to go through millions of emails, which is about 3½ years," an official told the Post.

"The process is set up in a manner to completely avoid any appearance of political bias," another official said.

"It is such an obscene abuse of power and time involving so many people for so many years. This has just sucked up people's lives for years and years," the official said.

"You mean the 33,000 Emails that she has deleted and acid washed so they can never be found, even though she said that all 33,000 pertained only to her daughter’s wedding, and her Yoga," President Donald Trump tweeted

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