Hillary Clinton would have used a personal email account to conduct government business as secretary of state, which could constitute a violation of Federal Records Act.
As revealed by The New York Times, during the four years he spent as Secretary of State Clinton never used an official email address, so that all government affairs apparently drove from his personal account.
Other senior government officials, including President Barack Obama and Hillaryâ€™s successor, John Kerry, have used government accounts for official business.
Clinton, who left office in 2013, recently delivered more than 55,000 pages of emails to the State Department in response to a request to meet recordkeeping practices.
Federal law states that letters and written and received by federal officialâ€™s emails are public records that must be retained.
The Democratic leader included several politicians who supported her 2008 presidential campaign.
According to the Times, was only two months ago in response to a State Department effort to meet the maintenance practices of federal records, Clinton advisers reviewed thousands of personal emails and decided which deliver.
In total, 55,000 pages of emails were turned over to federal authorities as part of the mandate of the former first lady.
In addition, his assistants took no action for personal emails were stored in servers Department at the time as required by Federal Records Act.
His extensive use of a private account is alarming, assured officers and government watchdogs, who described this action as “a serious violation”.
Although Clinton is not the first officer to use a private email account for government affairs, the regulations stipulate that you assumed that these accounts should only be used in emergencies.