The FBI’s release Monday of over 100 pages of interview notes from its investigation of Hillary Clinton‘s use of a private email server suggests that of the many character flaws the Democratic nominee is beset with, being a thief can now be added to the list.
A former member of Clinton’s security detail at the start of her term as secretary of state claimed Clinton took State Department furniture to decorate her Washington home, according to the New York Post.
Hillary allegedly swiped State Department furniture to decorate her Washington home https://t.co/hVrMhS6aMR
— New York Post (@nypost) October 18, 2016
“Early in [Hillary] Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state, she and her staff were observed removing lamps and furniture from the State Department which were transported to her residence in Washington, D.C.,” the agent said.
The Bureau of Diplomatic Security agent, who was not part of Clinton’s detail at the end of her term, told the FBI that she “does not know whether these items were ever returned to the government.”
As has become customary, the State Department flatly denied the claim, the Post reported, saying Clinton only removed property that she owned.
Apparently, they didn’t bother to explain why Clinton’s property would be at the State Department.
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