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Hillary Clinton took a swipe at former FBI Director James Comey on Thursday, after it was revealed in a watchdog report over the bureau’s handling of your E-Mail inquiry, that the dismissed the office Manager himself does not conduct an unsecured account “of classified FBI business.”

“But my E-Mails,” Clinton wrote on Twitter in response to the report of the justice Department, which revealed that Comey told investigators that he used his personal Gmail (Google Mail) accounts for his work at the FBI.

But my E-Mails. https://t.co/G7TIWDEG0p

— Hillary Clinton (@Hillary Clinton) June 14, 2018

The General inspector Michael Horowitz wrote that he found the former Director of the use of personal E-Mail address “is not compatible with the Department’s policy,” citing what he called “the absence of exigent circumstances, and the frequency of the use of personal E-Mail occurred.”

Clinton has often been investigated during the 2016 presidential-election campaign for the use of a private E-Mail server, if you served as Secretary of state during the Obama administration.

READ THE IG REPORT ON THE HILLARY CLINTON E-MAIL CASE

After a long investigation, Comey controversial charges announced in July 2016, the Agency would not recommend that, but said that Clinton was “extremely careless”, in the “processing of highly sensitive, top-secret information.”

He announced then that he would.once the probe is only a few days before the election, after the discovery of new E-Mails, a move that has the Clinton camp some of the blame for your loss of President Trump

The probe was closed again, only a few days before trump’s election victory.

Fox News’ Samuel Chamberlain contributed to this report.

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