Team Hillary calling ‘take-backs’ on her story about wiping server – decided it was ‘never true’

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You need a scorecard to keep up with all the stories Hillary Clinton’s team has for what happened to her infamous email server.

Despite the fact that, in March, Clinton’s attorney told the House Select Committee on Benghazi that her private server had been wiped clean and emails could not be recovered, the new talking points change the story entirely.

Politico released the new points for “Friends and Allies,” which deny the server was wiped at all.

“Guidance on Bloomberg Report that FBI Has Restored Clinton’s Personal Emails: Assuming the Bloomberg report is true, the reason the FBI may be able to recreate these emails is exactly because … the rumors that steps were taken to ‘wipe’ the server’s contents were never true. Even if FBI can indeed recreate her personal emails as Bloomberg reports, they are unlikely to be released publicly as they are not work-related. … Hillary Clinton turned over her work-related emails. …

Was Clinton’s lawyer spreading rumors to the House’s Benghazi committee or are the new talking points a lie?

Get a story and stick with it.

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