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Days after it was revealed that Hillary Clinton didn’t even use passwords to protect her computer, social media has taken to mocking the former secretary of state.
On Thursday Judicial Watch, a nonprofit government watchdog group, released a deposition of 27-year-old state department foreign service officer Lewis A. Lukens in which he made the revelation.
“She wouldn’t have had a password,” Lukens volunteered to Judicial Watch attorney Michael Bekesha.
“So the computer would have just been open and be able to use without going through any security features?” Bekesha asked.
“Correct,” Lukens replied.
Social media users imagined what her passwords would have been if she actually cared about national security.
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