The latest in the growing email scandal that's dogging Hillary Clinton is that she circulated a memo among State Department staff members in 2011 that warned them, in no uncertain terms: Don't use your private email addresses to conduct government business.
The memo, dated June 2011 and obtained exclusively by Fox News, is now being billed as a "do as I say, not as I do" message to underlings, given the revelations that have popped in recent days regarding Clinton's own use of personal email for public business.
Clinton didn't use official State Department email her entire secretarial tenure, opting instead to set up a server in her Chappaqua, New York, home to handle all her work-related correspondences.
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On top of that, an anonymous hacker working with Fox News just discovered that Clinton used far more than one personal email account. At least nine others are registered in her name; that doesn't mean she used them all, but the hacker said to Fox News that she likely used some.
"I suspect hdr18-hdr21 may have been used by [Clinton] as well as [email protected] and [email protected]," the hacker told Fox News' James Rosen, in a recent broadcast interview. "I'd also be interested to learn if there were ever [email protected] through [email protected]"