The Chinese company hacked allegedly, Clinton’s server, got the copy of each E-Mail in real time

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Report: China Hillary Clinton’s private E-Mail hacked

Report claims in China, hacking, Hillary Clinton was the private server in real-time. Peter Schweizer gives his take on ” The Ingraham angle.’

A Chinese state-owned company allegedly hacked former U.S. Secretary of state Hillary Clinton, she headed the E-Mail server, the injected code, a copy of virtually every E-Mail you sent or received, after the is-a revelation that President Trump is to claim to be fully investigated.

The Daily Caller reported that the company operating in the DC area, wrote the code was then embedded in the server, and creates a “voucher copy” for almost all of your E-Mails-that was then forwarded to the Chinese company.

The code was supposedly discovered in the year 2015 by the secret services Inspector General (ICIG), which warned then that FBI officials, the the penetration.

A source informed about the matter confirmed to Fox News the details of the caller’s reporting, and said that the ICIG was so concerned about the revelation, that the officers went through the FBI to inform the agent including anti-Trump-agent Peter Strzok — the development, after it was discovered that the E-Mails with meta data.

The source said, Fox News is the hack has been describes by a Chinese company, as a front for Chinese intelligence.

A second source informed about the matter by Fox News said that officials, the proposed outside of the FBI code indicated on the Clinton-server, a foreign source and received copies of E-Mails in real time.

The hacking report caught the attention on late Tuesday of President Trump, who warned that the should act the FBI and the DOJ or “your credibility is gone forever.”

Report: “China, Hillary Clinton’s private E-Mail Server hacked.” You are not sure, it was Russia (just kidding!)? What are the chances that the FBI and DOJ are right at the top of this? Actually, a very big story. A lot of classified information!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 29, 2018

Hillary Clinton’s E-Mails, many of which are Classified information, has been hacked by China. To be the next step better by the FBI & DOJ, or, after all the kicks in your other bug (Comey, McCabe, Strzok, page, ear, FISA, Dirty Dossier, etc.), their credibility is gone forever!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 29, 2018

But the FBI disputed claims.

“The FBI has not found evidence that compromised the Server,” an FBI official told Fox News and referred to the justice Department inspector General report in June. This report explains how the FBI’s intrusion analyses can be performed in the server, evidence that the account has been accessed on the server.

Chinese foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying also responded to Trump’s tweet, saying: “This is the first time that we have heard, a similar kind of allegations.”

“China is a staunch defender of cybersecurity. We firmly oppose and crack, any Form of internet-based attacks and the theft of secrets,” she said, according to Reuters.

The ICIG declined to comment.

Clinton’s office did not respond to a request for comment, but a spokesman told The Daily Caller, “to investigate The FBI, thousands of hours spent, and found no evidence of penetration. This is a fact.”

Fox News reported in March that Strzok was advised, by an irregularity in the metadata of the Clinton-server, which proposed that a possible injury, but no follow-up measures.


Further, a may-2016 E-Mail from Strzok, of Fox News, earlier this year, said: “we know that foreign actors have access” to some of the Clinton E-Mails, including at least a “secret” message “about the compromise, the private E-Mail accounts” of the Clinton staff.

Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas,” said Strzok in a house Oversight Committee hearing in July was found, whether he was informed about an anomaly on Clinton’s E-Mails from ICIG officials.

“You were given the information, and they have nothing to do with him,” Gohmert Strzok said in July.

Strzok said he remembered the meeting with the ICIG officials, but does not remember the content of the session and that each claim was forwarded to experts, looked at it carefully.

“If it’s a lead, I gave it for the team,” Strzok said, as a part of the heated back-and-forth between the two. Strzok this month was fired after the controversy surrounding anti-Trump texts that he sent to the FBI attorney, Lisa page, with whom he was having an affair.

Reached by telephone Tuesday, Gohmert told Fox News on Tuesday that the E-Mails through a foreign country, the intelligence, but he refused to name the country in question. He said there was no indication that Strzok and the FBI had informed the action, if by the ICIG, and no indication that they are also informed Clinton.

He told Fox News that he was surprised that his question as to whether it is in the Strzok hearing in July, not more media attention to generate, but noted that the press has a comment, he shortly afterwards, when he asked Strzok, “How often do you have your wife in the eye and lie about Lisa?”


“It is critically important,” he said, asked about the importance of the server revelation. “There are countries that would pay to do a tremendous amount of money, in order to know what Clinton said, and think through your E-Mails, what you do, who you meet, what they thought about the meeting that were not necessarily secret, but critically important, and the E-Mails, compromised, and people like Strzok, if you were informed, knew this devastate your chances would be elected, and not to, do about anything to harm those chances.”

Then-FBI Director James Comey, the conclusion of the FBI investigation into Clinton’s E-Mails in July 2016, said that while Clinton was “extremely reckless” in their handling of classified information, he would not recommend the fees to the DOJ.

Adam Shaw is a reporter covering the American and European politics for Fox News.. He can be reached.

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