Immunity granted to Clinton staffer who set up server: report

When it emerged last year that US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton used a private server and non-official address for all her email while secretary of state, her Republican rivals cried foulHillary Clinton’s former staffer who helped set up the controversial private email server she used while secretary of state has been granted immunity in a criminal investigation into the affair, The Washington Post reported. The US Department of Justice granted immunity to Bryan Pagliano, who set up the server in 2009 and is now cooperating with the FBI, the Post said, citing a senior law enforcement official. Pagliano, who worked on Clinton’s presidential campaign in 2008, had previously invoked his constitutional right to silence when asked to answer questions about the matter before a US House Committee in September.

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