Washington wakes up to Hillary Clinton’s faux pas

|October 14, 2015 0

MUMBAI, INDIA: Washington has finally woken up to the Hillary Clinton’s faux pas. The House Republican has proposed a bill that prohibits use of private email servers like one Clinton used during like the one used by Hillary Clinton during her tenure at the State Department.

It aims to avoid government officials repeating Hillary Clinton’s faux pas, a report in Huffington Post says.

The bill introduced by Republican Kevin Cramer, would prohibit secretaries of executive departments within the US government from using private email servers for official government business.

“This legislation ensures no Department Secretary may use a private server for emails and storage of electronic data. It is in the interest of national security to ensure our nation’s secrets and communications between our top leaders receive the highest level of protection,” Cramer said in a statement, HP reported.

Cramer characterized the legislation as aiming to protect electronic communications and records under constant cyber attack by terrorist organizations and more frequently by foreign governments.

“The use of private email servers may inhibit the preservation of all records and electronic communications,” Cramer added, “which may be needed for Congressional, civil or criminal investigations,” HP reported.

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