Another Lie Exposed: Clinton Emailed Aides’ Private Accounts

Remember when Hillary Clinton said she used her private email account to correspond with State Department employees, thus guaranteeing (in her eyes) a catalogue of her emails for the Federal Archives?

Well, forget all of that. The New York Times reported this morning that Clinton’s top aides all used private email accounts, too. What does that mean? Emails between Clinton and these aides are shielded from public records requests:

Not only was Mrs. Clinton corresponding from a private email account, at times four of her closest advisers — chief of staff, Cheryl Mills; senior adviser, Philippe Reines; personal aide, Huma Abedin; and deputy chief of staff, Jake Sullivan — were doing so.

That raises questions about whether the exchanges would have been captured on public record searches at the State Department.

Luckily, not everyone is buying it: