FBI recovers invisible emails from Hillary’s server – ‘in her view’ they aren’t there

Poor Hillary. Despite her “view” of things, she just can’t escape the controversy surrounding her emails.

Another discrepancy has surfaced in Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton‘s explanation about having classified information on her private email server. Adding even more fuel to the fire, the FBI has been able to recover personal and work-related emails from Clinton’s private server, according to Bloomberg News.

But from Clinton’s view, the classified emails investigators have no trouble finding continue to escape her notice.

In an interview Tuesday with the Des Moines Register, Clinton repeated the claim that the initial request for her emails by the State Department was part of  a routine record-keeping effort to acquire “everything from other secretaries of state, not just me.”

But that contradicts a Washington Post article this week that says the State Department’s request for her emails was “prompted entirely by the discovery that Clinton had exclusively used a private e-mail system.”

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Nevertheless, Clinton continues to evolve on whether she had classified information on her server.

“My view is there was nothing classified on my system,” the candidate said, adding that she has “been as transparent as she can be.”

Clinton’s “view” is a long cry from her earlier full-throated denials.

Kathie Obradovich, a political reporter for the Register, posted highlights from the Clinton interview on social media, prompting some humorous replies.

Here’s a sampling of the responses from Twitter:


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