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New York Post: Clinton Reportedly Had Her Maid Print Out Classified Emails

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Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton greets supporters during a campaign rally at the Cleveland Public Auditorium on November 6, 2016 in Cleveland, Ohio. With two days to go until election day, Hillary Clinton is campaigning in Florida and Pennsylvania. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

By    |   Sunday, 06 Nov 2016 07:51 PM

Hillary Clinton regularly asked her maid at her Washington, D.C., home to print out government emails and documents containing classified information when she was secretary of state, even though the housekeeper did not have security clearance to handle such material, The New York Post reported on Sunday.

FBI memos and e-mails reveal that Clinton told aides at the State Department to forward her emails to her housekeeper, Marina Santos, for her to print out at home.

The New York Post report cites an April 2012 email where Clinton aide Monica Hanley sent the secretary of state a classified message with the subject line, “Revisions to the Iran points” in which the text reads, “Marina is trying to print for you.”

Hanley also sent another classified email in 2012 in regards to Malawi's new president, Joyce Banda, which read “We can ask Marina to print this.”

Santos, who is an immigrant from the Philippines, also had access to a highly secure room that diplomatic security agents set up at Clinton’s home and “collected documents from the secure facsimile machine for Clinton,” according to FBI notes from an interview with another Clinton aide, Huma Abedin, the Post reported.

These documents sometimes included the top-secret Presidential Daily Brief, which is prepared by the CIA and other US intelligence agencies.

The Post also reported that the FBI, during its year-long investigation, never asked Clinton to give agents the iMac the housekeeper used to receive the e-mails, the machine used to print out the documents, or the printouts themselves.

The FBI also apparently did not formally interview Santos as a key witness.

Santos told the Post that she does not speak to reporters. The State Department and the Clinton campaign did not respond to requests for comment.

GOP vice presidential nominee Mike Pence told Fox News that the revelations about Clinton’s maid handling classified information is just one more example of “the way the American people need to count the costs in this election.”

Pence tried to draw a distinction between the two campaigns. Do we want more of the fast and loose ethics of the Clintons… or do we want a clean break, do we want to drain the swamp in Washington DC and have fundamental ethics reform."

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Hillary Clinton regularly asked her maid at her Washington, D.C., home to print out government emails and documents containing classified information when she was secretary of state, even though the housekeeper did not have security clearance to handle such material.
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