On Friday, the FBI released their notes from their investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server. Revealed in the notes was this bizarre nugget: Clinton’s staff thought the best way to dispose of BlackBerrys was by smashing them with a hammer.
Clinton’s Deputy Communication Director Kristina Schake wasted no time throwing Clinton’s State Department staff under the bus when asked about these actions.
Schake argued that Clinton’s aides got rid of Clinton’s BlackBerry’s “in the most secure way they thought possible.” Clinton “wasn’t involved in those decisions,” Schake told CNN.
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