Clinton 'Surprised' by Staffer Using Private Email, New Docs Show

Clinton 'Surprised' by Staffer Using Private Email, New Docs ShowHillary Clinton — embroiled in controversy over her use of private email for official purposes — expressed surprise that a State Department staffer was using a personal email account to discuss work-related business, according to a newly released document. The note is among the 3,007 pages of the former Secretary of State’s emails that the State Department released early this morning, bringing the total public production so far to 82 percent of the documents, a court-mandated goal the department failed to reach at the end of last month. In a document dated Feb. 27, 2011, Clinton sends an email to her top adviser, Jake Sullivan, in which she expressed surprise that a State Department staffer was using a personal email account to discuss official business.

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