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Hillary Clinton Turns Over Private Email Server to Feds

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WASHINGTON, DC – She’s finally serving it up. Hillary Clinton says she’ll hand her server over to the Department of Justice after the FBI’s inspector general labeled four emails sent from her private email account “confidential,” two even “top secret.”

It was back in March that news first broke of Clinton’s unusual email arrangement while she was secretary of state, using a private email account based on a server at her New York home. The Democratic presidential candidate has since provided 30,000 emails to the FBI for review.

Meantime, there’s bad news for Clinton at the polls. She’s fallen behind fellow Democrat Bernie Sanders in early key states like New Hampshire and Iowa. Now only time will tell whether her server surrender helps or hurts her run for the White House.

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