by Mike ‘Mish’ Shedlock
In an interesting development in the US election campaign, a state department report, released today, shows Clinton’s Use of Private Emails Created ‘Security Risks’.
Hillary Clinton created “security risks” by using a personal email account and private email server when she was secretary of state, according to a sharply critical report by the state department that could haunt her in the tightening presidential election campaign.
The department’s inspector general, an internal watchdog, said Mrs Clinton had not sought legal approval to conduct official business on the server she installed in her New York home. It also said security officials would not have sanctioned the practice had they been informed.