The State Department has admitted that Huma Abedin and Cheryl Mills, top aides for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, used personal email accounts to conduct government business in addition to an account on the controversial server Clinton kept at her New York home. The Washington Times,
The State Department admitted to the judge that it doesn’t have control over those documents, and can’t be sure it has all of the records from their time in the administration.
John F. Hackett, the top open-records official at the department, said they have officially concluded that Ms. Abedin and Ms. Mills “used personal email accounts located on commercial servers at times for government business.” Ms. Abedin, meanwhile, had an account at clintonemail.com, the domain tied to the Clinton home server.
Mr. Hackett also said he has no way of knowing what else might be out there, and has to trust the two women and their lawyers to turn over what they have.