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House Republicans demand hearing State Dept. cited “several security-related incidents” under Clinton’s leadership

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Fifteen people are believed to be the handling of classified information.

House Oversight Committee Republicans on Tuesday officially called for an immediate hearing on security breaches at the State Department when Hillary Clinton, the leadership, according to the department said on Monday it had uncovered “a number of security-related incidents” involving more than a dozen employees.

In a letter to the Chairman Elijah Cummings, D-Md., ranking committee Republican Jim Jordan, Mark Meadows, and Jody Hice said the State Department should bear witness to the implementation of the ongoing review of safety in the matter.

“We request to check a hearing, common security Protocol violations to the Department of State relating to the former Secretary of state Hillary Clinton’s private E-Mail server,” the Republicans wrote. “The unusual and unsafe arrangement they are classified maintained exposed, national security, and diplomatic-sensitive information to a variety of risks and problems.

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“The far-reaching effects of this mistreatment instances should not be minimized, and obscured”, they added.

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On Monday, the State Department announced that it identified “a number of security-related incidents” with current or former employees, ” dealing with the Clinton E-Mails, and the 23 “injuries” and seven “crimes” were issued as part of the Department about ongoing investigations.

The information came in a letter to Iowa Republican sen. Chuck Grassley, who is responsible for the monitoring of safety.

“To this date, the Department to the fault rating of 15 persons, some of whom are culpable incidents in several layers of security,” Mary Elizabeth Taylor, in the Ministry of foreign Affairs assistant secretary in the Bureau of Legislative Affairs, wrote Grassley. “DS has issued 23 violations, and seven violations. … This number is likely to change as the audit progresses.”

President Trump the findings in a tweet on the night will be highlighted, to question whether Democrats would pursue, and said: “This is really big.”

Former House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz, now a Fox News contributor, said on Tuesday that Secretary of state Mike Pompeo should personally handle the probe into departmental misconduct.

“I love Mike Pompeo as the Secretary of state,” Chaffetz said. “I have the greatest respect for him, he has his very full plate, but he has been involved personally in it. Some people should be fired, should they gave lose your safety and you should not be in prison.”

The State Department, synchronization, said the matter “seriously”, it expects to conclude its investigation by Sept. 1. The Department confirmed that the probe was unusually time-consuming.

“Given the volume of E-Mails provided to the Department, from former Secretary Clinton’s private E-Mail server of the Department of process has been wrote to require more complicated and complex, a considerable use of time and resources,” Taylor.

Taylor also noted that discipline to disciplinary consequences pending, and that internal Bank transfers had been made to the state Department of Human resources and the safety of the officials, even where employees are no longer working with the Department.

Chaffetz: Pompeo should be “personally involved” in Clinton-E-Mail-server check

Clinton’s private E-Mail use remained in the spotlight, as the DOJ looks into possible misconduct in dealing with Federal agencies monitoring and intelligence operations in 2016. Then-FBI Director James Comey said that in 2016, the Clintons, there is no reasonable state would bring dealing with classified information is “extremely reckless” – but that “attorney’s” fees.

Last month, a treasure trove of partially redacted FBI documents, by the Agency for the investigation of whether Clinton mishandled classified information — testing “– resulted in a probe known as the” half-year that top Clinton aides were shocked, obviously, your private E tried to hack-Mail-Server.

The document release reveals numerous episodes in which the Clinton team believed had been hacked or seemingly confirmed that safety-come measures were to short.

“omg,” top Clinton aide Huma Abedin, wrote Justin Cooper, the technology of monitoring on the Clinton’s private home-based E-Mail Server, when he told her, shortly after midnight, on Jan. 9, 2011, to hack that “someone is trying to us.”

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And last March, it became known that the Ministry of justice “negotiated” an agreement with Clinton’s legal team, which asked that the FBI not have access to E-Mails on your private servers in connection with the Clinton Foundation. The former FBI Agent Peter Strzok testified about the arrangement during a closed-door appearance before the House Judiciary Committee last summer, according to a copy of this year published.

The agreement was reached, Strzok said, because “according to the lawyers, us probable cause was lacking true to get a search warrant for this Server, and predicts that either it would take a very long time and/or it would be impossible to get to the point where we could get true to get probable cause, get a warrant.”

The DOJ target, Chaffetz said at the time that it, “ensure that you hear no evil, see no evil-she had no interest in the pursuit of the truth.”

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