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FBI: Top Secret Rooms At Clinton’s Homes Were Not Always Secure


Rooms at Hillary Clinton’s two homes designated for the handling and viewing of highly classified information were not always secure, the FBI’s investigation into the former secretary of state’s emails found.

On top of that, Clinton gave statements to the FBI about those rooms — called Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIFs) — that conflicted with other statements that witnesses made in FBI interviews.

Footnotes in the FBI’s 47-page report, released on Friday, show that the SCIFs at Clinton’s Washington, D.C. residence, known as Whitehaven, and at her Chappaqua, N.Y. home were often left unsecured.

“According to [Clinton’s State Department deputy chief of staff Huma Abedin], the SCIF door at the Whitehaven residence was not always locked, and Abedin, [Clinton aide Monica Hanley], and [redacted] had access to the SCIF.” – READ MORE

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