New reports reveal that Hillary Clinton requested a book with tips on how to fully delete emails as well as warnings about the possibility of a subpoena.
News broke late last month that Clinton asked her chief of staff Cheryl Mills in December 2009 if she could borrow “Send: Why People Email So Badly and How to Do It Better,” by David Shipley and Will Schwalbe.
ABC News has since bought a copy of the book and found that chapter six is titled “The Email That Can Land You In Jail.” Inside the chapter is a section called “How to Delete Something So It Stays Deleted.”
“Some people are hoarders, some are checkers,” the book reads. “The main thing to consider is that once you do decide to delete, it’s like taking the garbage from your kitchen and putting it in your hallway. It’s still there.”
The book explains how certain programs may be needed to make sure emails are completely erased. It also cautions readers on how deleting emails could make you look guilty if you get subpoenaed.
The FBI is investigating Hillary Clinton’s email server. The Intelligence Community Inspector General has said that, contrary to Clinton’s previous claims, her email server held not just classified information, but Top Secret/SCI level classified emails.
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