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“The GOP is de­mand­ing Hil­lary Clin­ton turn over her se­cret email server for full re­view by in­de­pen­dent in­ves­ti­ga­tors. As Sec­re­tary of State, Hil­lary Clin­ton evaded the law and put na­tional se­cu­rity at risk by us­ing a per­sonal email ad­dress and a se­cret server to con­duct ALL of­fi­cial busi­ness, cit­ing ‘con­ve­nience.’ Rather than re­tain­ing and pre­serv­ing all her writ­ten records, as the Fed­eral Records Act re­quires, Clin­ton al­lowed her po­lit­i­cal cronies to de­cide which emails she turned over, be­fore delet­ing about 30,000 emails. Clin­ton doesn’t get to choose which emails she turns over — it’s the public’s right to know what she’s hid­ing.”

— From the Repub­li­can Party’s “Stand with the GOP” public pe­ti­tion, now signed by 15,000 an­noyed peo­ple.


“There may be other can­di­dates who choose to throw rocks in my di­rec­tion. I’m not go­ing to en­gage in the per­sonal mud­sling­ing, in the neg­a­tive at­tacks on peo­ple’s char­ac­ter,” Sen. Ted Cruz, Texas Repub­li­can and 2016 White House hope­ful, told CNN.

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