(WASHINGTON EXAMINER) The editorial board at USA Today is slamming Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton for her controversial email practices while serving as secretary of state, and said it reveals a reckless attitude and raises real questions about her commitment to a transparent government.
An editorial published Sunday night admitted that Clinton may not have done anything illegal by using a private email server to conduct both personal and government business, which may have included sensitive matters of national security. Regardless, however, that move showed poor judgment.
"[T]he episode raises serious questions about the Democratic front-runner's decision-making and commitment to openness in government," USA Today said. "One of the many reasons that it was a bad idea to mix personal and business messages is well known to anyone with an email account: As hard as you might try, you can't control what comes into your inbox. And if you're the secretary of state, that's inevitably going to include some sensitive information."
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