Clinton changes story on deleting personal emails


According to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, that’s her story and she’s sticking to it (for a day or two). Originally the Clintonistas said that the way she selected which emails were personal — and thereby subject to deletion — was by sorting them according to key word. So for example, emails containing the word Benghazi were deemed business and saved. (I assume emails with the term “bimbo-eruption” were treated as family matters).

Last night the Clinton camp sent Fox News a note indicating a change in that narrative. The new claim is that each individual email was read before discarding the private ones.

Clinton spokesman Nick Merrill made the clarification in a written statement to Fox News. This comes after the former secretary of state’s office revealed last week that while more than 30,000 “work-related” emails were turned over to the State Department, nearly 32,000 were deemed “private” and deleted.

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