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Cheryl Mills could not recall key information about Hillary Clinton's private, unsecured email server in a deposition with Judicial Watch. Will Mills be indicted?

Cheryl Mills could not recall key information about Hillary Clinton's private, unsecured email server in a deposition with Judicial Watch. Will Mills be indicted?
  • Mills needs to be indicted.

    There is no way that Mills really cannot recall this information. These are some of the most important questions that she has ever been asked. She needs to be indicted because she is being dishonest and obviously hiding a lot of important information to try to protect Hillary Clinton and her political aspirations.

  • Cheryl Mills will not be indicted.

    Former Chief of Staff at the Department of State, Cheryl Mills, will not be indicted in connection with Hillary Clinton's e-mail scandal. She has been close to the Clinton's for years, having also worked for President Bill Clinton during his presidency, and they see that she receives legal protections that an outsider would never be afforded.

  • Cheryl Mills will not be indicted

    Cheryl Mills, a key aide to Hillary Clinton, will not be indicated after failing to recall information regarding her boss' private e-mail server. The deposition was given to Judicial Watch, a known conservative advocacy group and one with a clear bias. Clinton has been investigated many times, and nothing comes of it since it is done by those with a political agenda.

  • No, more evidence against Cheryl Mills will be needed for indictment.

    Cheryl Mills has reportedly cooperated with investigations regarding her knowledge of Clinton's private server. Her inability to recall information that the FBI deems important is not sufficient reason for indictment. More evidence showing intentional evasion of sharing necessary information will be needed in order for Cheryl Mills to be indicted.


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