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Hillary Clinton isn't the only one with e-mail woes.
As of last week, 32K e-mails were recovered in the IRS Targeting Probe.
So Obama's war on transparency rages on.
But getting back to Obama's presumed successor: We know about Hillary's e-mail obfuscation thanks to liberal media agencies. It was the New York Times that broke the story of Hillary's exclusive use of her personal e-mail account. Then it was the Associated Press that discovered, not only did Hillary use her personal e-mail account during her entire tenure as Secretary of State, but all her messages were routed through her own server.
Now the Washington Post has piled-on and declared: Hillary has poor regard for the public trust.
That's putting it mildly. The common theme in every recent article is that the Clintons consider rules are for little people.
Meanwhile, Judicial Watch filed a law suit against the State Department demanding certain batches of e-mails.
But until every bit of electronic correspondence sees the light of day, Hillary will continue to live her live in the shadows.
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