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More Weird Clinton Email Stuff Revealed

AP photo of the likely Democratic presidential nominee, who kept her official State Department communications on a server in the bathroom of a Denver-area loft apartment.

AP photo of the likely Democratic presidential nominee, who kept her official State Department communications on a server in the bathroom of a Denver-area loft apartment.

Here are the bullet points from the Daily Mail’s latest update on Hillary Clinton’s email woes:

•Democrat White House front runner used Platte River Networks of Denver, Colorado, to maintain her controversial ‘home brew’ server

•Up to 60 emails with classified material have been found in a sample of those she did not delete – meaning there could be many more

•Now Daily Mail Online reveals new questions over security of her emails when Platte River was involved in maintaining server

•’Mom and pop’ firm used converted residential apartment and had its own servers in a bathroom closet

•Links between ‘local’ IT company and Clinton remain unclear but its VP of sales and marketing, who was sued for ‘fraud’ is said to be ‘big Democrat’

Seems legit.

More:

Welch confirmed his former company kept its servers in the bathroom closet.

He said: ‘The space that we had our office was essentially designed as a residential unit… the bathroom connected to the master closet and that’s what we retrofitted as a server room.’

He claimed the set up was secure, adding: ‘Our internal network was extremely secure. At the time Inca St was a relatively obscure location, second floor office. The technology we had in place was pretty good. The security we had in place at the office was really good to protect our well-being.’

Asked if he thinks Clinton’s emails could ever have been at risk from hackers, he said: ‘What changed after I left the company I have no idea, I really could not comment on that. I don’t know.’

The thing is, it wasn’t Hillary Clinton’s emails on a server in the bathroom of a Denver-area loft apartment — it was the United States Secretary of State’s emails on a server in the bathroom of a Denver-area loft apartment.

Something here stinks.