Hillary Clinton’s aides communicated with her with their private, non-government email addresses. The Daily Caller,
A batch of 300 emails requested by GOP congressional investigators “show that Mrs. Clinton’s top [government] aides at times corresponded with her about State Department matters from their personal email accounts,” The New York Times reported on March 23.
The discovery of the private-to-private email network is “raising questions about her recent assertions that she made it her practice to email aides at their government addresses so the messages would be preserved, in compliance with federal record-keeping regulations,” said The New York Times.
“It was my practice to communicate with State Department and other government officials on their .gov accounts so those e-mails would be automatically saved in the State Department system to meet record keeping requirements, and that, indeed, is what happened,” she said at a March 10 press conference held in New York.