Fox: Clinton had access to classified documents after leaving office of the Secretary of state
According to the Chairman of the legal Committee of the Senate of the Chuck Grassly, access was also six staff of the former candidate for President of the United States.
MOSCOW, March 31. /TASS/. Former U.S. Secretary of state Hillary Clinton had constant access to secret and top secret documentation Department of State of the country even after he left the post in 2013. This was reported by TV channel Fox News referring to the Chairman of the Senate judiciary Committee of the U.S. Congress, Republican Chuck Grassley.
According to him, in addition to the former candidate for President of the United States access and six staff members of the Clinton
As Grassley said, they apparently retained access after the former Secretary of state announced his intention to run for the presidency in April 2015. Access was provided, ostensibly to work on his memoirs, Clinton.
“On my repeated requests to the state Department about whether to cancel access, the Obama administration refused to answer,” the channel quoted a statement from the Senator.
Chuck Grassley began on Thursday an investigation into the matter, Recalling last year’s statement by the Director of the Federal Bureau of investigation James Komi that Clinton and her staff showed “neglect of information of high secrecy.”
During the election campaign around Clinton appeared “mail scandal”, which has been associated with the unauthorized use of her home computer for office correspondence, including confidential. In July last year, the FBI Director announced that his office found no grounds for submitting to the Clinton charges.
On October 28 he announced that the investigation is resumed in the light of new circumstances. On 6 November he issued a notification that additional testing is over, and the withdrawal of jurisdiction Clinton remains in force.
However, in parallel with the FBI and Congress all this time was leading his own investigation of the scandal. She was former first lady called the resumption of the investigation the cause of the defeat of his campaign for election.