A message for Hillary: private emails are for people who want to remain in private life, so just think about it, willya?#ClintonEmails #Hillary2016 Picture
Something very incriminating must have been in those emails—why else would Hillary have permanently deleted them?#ClintonEmails TIME: Hillary Clinton Permanently Deleted Her Emails
And what's this? Hillary reportedly wiped her private email server clean AFTER she received a demand for all records.#ClintonEmails Yahoo News: Republican Chairman Says Clinton Wiped Email Server "Clean"
IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO KEEP AN EYE ON OUR HUSBANDS: So Huma is married to Weiner & Hillary is married to...I get it! http://t.co/iy10ONARCL
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST: I'm glad the GOP is looking into Hillary's "special relationship" with this Huma Abedin http://t.co/vzQLap24A9
Hillary Rodham Clinton wiped her email server "clean," permanently deleting all emails from it.
Hillary Clinton wiped "clean" her private server that hosted her emails while secretary of state, lawmakers said Friday.
The GOP senator is the first to announce his presidential candidacy for 2016.
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