Hillary Clinton's security detail with the State Department was staffed with an inordinate amount of new agents because her "contemptuous" treatment of those protecting her compelled many to quit or transfer, the New York Post reported.
"Clinton's treatment of (Diplomatic Security) agents on her protective detail was so contemptuous that many of them sought reassignment or employment elsewhere," the FBI documents state, the Post reported.
The revelations were part of a dump of 100 pages of FBI documents from its investigation into Clinton's use of a private email server while secretary of state.
Clinton also regularly "disregarded security and diplomatic protocols."
One such incident took Clinton and her team into a hostile area in Jakarta, Indonesia against the recommendations of her security detail.
Security "recommended in writing that this excursion be stricken from the schedule but were told by DS management that it was going to happen because 'she wanted it,'" Fox News reported.
The agent said Clinton's top aide Huma Abedin "herself was often responsible for overriding security and diplomatic protocols on behalf of Clinton."
"Leaders here at the State Department take matters of security seriously, as well as the direction and counsel provided by Diplomatic Security personnel," State Department deputy spokesman Mark Toner told Fox News.
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