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Hillary Clinton's former deputy chief of staff turns over emails not previously revealed: Does this prove Clinton was trying to hide something?

Hillary Clinton's former deputy chief of staff turns over emails not previously revealed: Does this prove Clinton was trying to hide something?
  • The evidence is in the question.

    If you read the debate question before the colon, "Hillary Clinton's former deputy chief of staff turns over emails not previously revealed", you will see that the question is pure evidence that Hillary Clinton is hiding something. This is also not the first time that Hillary Clinton has hid something.

  • Hillary is definitely hiding something

    Judicial Watch Lawsuit again uncovered more emails from Hillary Clinton that were withheld from State Department.Hillary Clinton has repeatedly stated that the 55,000 pages of documents she turned over to the State Department in December 2014 included all of her work-related emails. But it wasnt true. THis proves that she is a liar and is hiding something

  • Yes, this is proof that Hillary was trying to hide something.

    Many believe that Hillary Clinton has been trying to hide something while serving as secretary of state since she opted to use a private email server. Clinton's stonewalling of the investigation into her private email server has raised further suspicions that she is trying to conceal something. The fact that her former deputy chief of staff turned over emails that were not previously released means that Clinton is trying to hide something.

  • Who give a crap?

    Enough about the emails; nothing has come out yet in either direction that proves anything. This is not a case of criminal intent, it is a matter of criminal arrogance and stupidity, both on the part of Secretary Clinton and those who continue to persecute the matter. Nothing going on here has anything to do with reality, nor will it impact the lives of the general population in any meaningful way.

  • No, this does not prove she was trying to hide something.

    Whether or not she was hiding something will depend on what is in the e-mails. If there is information that she might not want to have released to the public, it makes her look a little suspect. If not, chances are she was telling the truth, and simply was trying to hold onto her (possibly misguided) right to privacy.


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