Hillary Clinton's "reckless and dangerous" use of a private email server could conceivably have played a role in Russia's invasion of eastern Ukraine, the Senate's Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee chair Ron Johnson said Sunday.
In an interview with CBS News' "Face the Nation,"
the GOP senator from Wisconsin launched a withering blast at Clinton's email practice as secretary of state.
"How reckless and dangerous her email server was," he said. "You have to assume that our enemy and adversaries had to have had access to every email."
"Did it affect their actions — as it's related to, for example, Vladimir Putin's invasion of eastern Ukraine? What about the negotiations with Iran. Assad?" he asked.
Republican criticism of Clinton has escalated during the past week after a watchdog report showed
she didn't comply with the State Department's record-keeping policies and used a personal server without permission while secretary of State.
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