GOP Website Showcases Clinton Email Scandal

A newly created website gives voters a conservative perspective about Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s email controversy.

The Republican National Committee launched the site, ClintonEmailFacts.gop, on Thursday. The Independent Journal noted that it had been a year to the day since Clinton spoke at the United Nations in defense of her use of a private email server as President Obama’s first secretary of state.

The site lists important dates that various developments regarding the scandal occurred, explains five rules that Republicans accuse Clinton of violating, and updates the number of classified emails federal investigators find in the server. So far, the agents have determined that more than 2,000 of the messages contain information later labeled as classified. Clinton claims she never received or sent documents that were secret at the time.

“Clinton’s unprecedented email arrangement was an egregious error in judgment that jeopardized the nation’s most sensitive intelligence,” RNC chairman Reince Priebus said. “Hillary Clinton and her campaign have attempted to distract, deceive and confuse the American people about the truth, and this site breaks down facts so voters understand the full scope of her reckless conduct. .. (She) ultimately put our national security and sensitive diplomatic efforts at risk.”

During the Democratic presidential debate Wednesday night, moderator Jorge Ramos of Univision asked Clinton whether she would end her campaign if the Justice Department indicts her. She refused to answer, insisting criminal charges are “not gonna happen.”

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