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Thank you for pointing out why retaining the emails on government servers is necessary.
If, on the other hand, you are reminding us of this incident in order to excuse it through the "everybody does it" doctrine, kindly go pound sand.
I'm not understanding how anyone could consider this to qualify as "push[ing] the rules to their limits". The emails were never archived, which was required by law. PERIOD. If she'd used her personal email, but used Google backup or something* and dumped the archive to IT on her way out, that would be "push[ing] the rules".
* We'll ignore how insecure that may be.
I'd guess the story isn't any fun if at the end of chapter two it reads "...and then the AC-130 gunship decimated the field of zombies, the end."
I'm pretty sure I sketched that finale inside the back cover of my Trapper Keeper in the fourth grade.
We're good. You have to say, "Candyman" FOUR times.
Question for everyone: what are those rules?
Aren't they supposed to be posted for comment somewhere?
It's a shame that Senator from Illinois wasn't elected President. He promised transparency.