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E-mails show Hillary Clinton's server was a security headache. Should people move beyond this issue?

  • Though e-mails show Hillary Clinton's server was a security headache. People should move beyond this issue.

    Though e-mails show Hillary Clinton's server was a security headache. People should move beyond this issue. For the past one year Hillary Clinton's emails have been a subject of much political debate, and Clinton herself mentioned that “I knew past secretaries of state used personal email. “It was still a mistake. If I could go back, I'd do it differently,”

  • Yes, its a non-issue

    E-mails showing Hillary Clinton's server was a headache should not be something to dwell on for so long. its high time people moved beyond that given that there are other pressing issues that need attention. The media has a tendency of exaggerating issues thereby setting the agenda of the nation.

  • The Clinton email scandal is still important

    It seems that the Hillary Clinton scandal about her use of a private email server has dragged on for a long time - and some say long enough. However, I believe that this is still an important issue because Clinton is still the presumptive Democratic Party nominee for President. And as that presumptive nominee, she deserves serious scrutiny.

  • No, people should not move beyond this issue.

    The more information that comes out, the worse the situation grows for Hillary Clinton. With the recent State Department Inspector General report showing that Clinton was told not to set up an independent mail server, that it would be a security problem, and that it was preferable t o use State Department hardware. Secretary of State Clinton ignored all of this, had her own server set up, and failed to have it adequately secured. She then used it for classified communications, something that probably exposed these communications to Russian government hackers. For months, she lied about all of this and continues to downplay the severity of the situation. This leads to questions of her truthfulness and competence. It also raises questions of why she felt the need to set up a system like this and what she had (and has) to hide. For someone who would be president, these are serious questions.


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