News broke Monday night that Hillary Clinton used a private e-mail address while serving as Secretary of State, and the story could be worse than originally reported. It turns out she used a private server to host the email, a move that makes it easier for her to block any subpoenas into the e-mails in the event of a scandal or criminal case. But that would never, ever happen to her - just forget all about Benghazi.
"It looks like they brought their own homemade server it looks like to do this? And you know, it's way out of the norm. This is not what you do. There are specific reasons why you have people go through government email. Security is one of them. Historians want to look at them in the future is another one. But investigations is a third. And probably the most important. Maybe a little bit less than security, but when you do something incorrectly and later on you need to figure out what the hell happened, they go back and they look at these emails. This happens to everybody," Stu explained.
"It's our money paying your salary. So you have to handle yourself a little bit differently," he said.
Update: Washington Post reports that the personal emails will be subpoenaed.: "A House investigative committee is preparing to send out subpoenas later Wednesday to gather a deeper look into former secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton’s nearly exclusive use of personal e-mails to do her official business as the government’s top diplomat, according to people familiar with the probe."