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No, Hillary. You are alone in this sinking ship.

Former State Department Inspector General, Howard Krongard told Fox News’ Catherine Herridge there was no one enforcing the rules when Hillary Clinton was using a private email server. Krongard noted that if he were in charge at the time, things would have been different.

“Certainly to my knowledge at least, Secretary [Condoleezza] Rice did not have a personal server. I certainly never either sent an email to one or received an email from one,” said Krongard, who served during Rice’s term.

“I would have been stunned had I been asked to send an email to her at a personal server, private address. I would have declined to do so on security grounds and if she had sent one to me, I probably would have started an investigation,” he added.

Krongard mentioned the Clinton’s practice of avoiding accountability, and said during Hillary’s four-year term there was no inspector general in place to provide the proper oversight.

“I would’ve been the most unpopular person in that building,” Krongard said.

“They are the people who enforce the rules, and there was no one enforcing the rules during that time.”

In a desperate attempt to save face, Hillary tried to throw former Secretaries of State, Colin Powell and Condoleeza Rice under the bus, claiming they both had used private email servers. But a recent IG report indicates Hillary was blowing smoke.

According to the May report, Rice had not used a private server for government business, Fox reported. While Powell had used a private server to a limited degree, he had reportedly gone through precautions with the State Department to secure the system.

Krongard indicated it was not by accident that the classified information was found on Hillary’s private servers.

“I don’t understand it, because it was either classified by the creator or it was classified by reason of where it came from or what network it was on,” Krongard said.

Krongard also debunked Hillary’s claim that the emails were “retroactively classified,” Fox reported.

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