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Former Bill Clinton adviser: ‘Fracture, fissure and division’ ahead for Democratic Party

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Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano spoke to Doug Schoen, who is a former adviser to President Bill Clinton and a Fox News contributor, about the current state of the Democratic Party.

“When I grew up and you grew up, there was a muscular, strong foreign policy, pro-civil rights, pro-capitalist wing of the [Democratic] party that I proudly identify with, but that wing of the party is in recession now — literally and metaphorically,” Schoen said on Fox Nation’s “Liberty Files with Judge Andrew Napolitano.”

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Schoen warned that the Democratic Party in 2020 is due for a clash between the traditional wing and a growing far-left contingent.

“I think it’s looking like it’s going in that direction of fracture, fissure and division. I think the upper hand in the party is now with the left, sadly, and I wish it were something else,” he said.

“Even JFK himself, maybe even LBJ, they wouldn’t recognize the modern Democratic Party,” Napolitano said.

“No, they wouldn’t,” Schoen agreed. “I would say to your listeners, particularly those who are Democrats or were Democrats: watch the 1961 inaugural address of John F. Kennedy. It will literally bring tears to your eyes and it is completely at variance with and different from anything this current crop of Democrats are talking about.”

“What is the appeal of socialism — clearly, to these young people?” the judge asked. “It’s alien to our culture. It’s absent from our history. All the sudden, it seems to be everywhere.”

Schoen said that the ideology appeals to people as a solution to real problems in American society.

“There are high student loans, high housing costs, high health care costs, and socialism provides an answer, albeit not a good one. But it basically says it’s not your fault, it’s their fault, their fault being the government, older people, however you want to parse it, and redistribution becomes a solution that ameliorates the problems seemingly and avoids any blame for younger people for their circumstances,” he said.

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Wendy Williams gets emotional as she accepts star on Hollywood Walk of Fame, talks having ‘very tough year’

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While accepting her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Thursday, Wendy Williams reflected on her “very tough year.”

“If I don’t laugh, I’ll cry, so I’ll keep it light and laughter-y,” the talk show host said as she took the podium to accept her award, the Los Angeles Times reported.

“[People] have said throughout the day … I’m successful because I’ve done things my way. No, not exactly,” she said. “It’s because I’m a good listener to advice, and if I don’t like the advice, then I do things my way.”

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During her acceptance speech, Williams reflected on her long, tough year.

The 55-year-old has been open about her marriage, as well as shared her struggles with addiction, saying in March that she had been living in a sober house.

“The elephant in the room is that I’ve been having a very, very tough year,” she admitted to the crowd, according to E! News. “But slowly, but surely, I’m climbing out of the pit, and this is one of those monumental days that makes me say, you know, if you don’t believe in yourself, who will believe in you? Sometimes life is a very lonely path and you’ve got to make some hard decisions.”

The TV personality has hosted her Emmy-nominated daytime talk show for 11 years. “The Wendy Williams Show” airs weekdays and has been extended through 2022.

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Shifting Explanations For Withholding Ukraine Aid Begins Drawing GOP Alarm

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The shifting White House explanation for President Donald Trump‘s decision to withhold military aid from Ukraine drew alarm Friday from Republicans as the impeachment inquiry brought a new test of their alliance.

Trump, in remarks at the White House, stood by his acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, whose earlier comments undermined the administration’s defense in the impeachment probe. Speaking Thursday at a news conference, Mulvaney essentially acknowledged a quid pro quo with Ukraine that Trump has long denied, saying U.S. aid was withheld from Kyiv to push for an investigation of the Democratic National Committee and the 2016 election. He later clarified his remarks.

Trump appeared satisfied with Mulvaney’s clarification and the president dismissed the entire House inquiry as “a terrible witch hunt. This is so bad for our country.”

But former Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who ran against Trump in the 2016 Republican primary, said he now supports impeaching the president.

Mulvaney’s admission, he said, was the “final straw.” ”The last 24 hours has really forced me to review all of this,” Kasich said on CNN.

In Congress, at least one Republican, Rep. Francis Rooney of Florida, spoke out publicly, telling reporters that he and others were concerned by Mulvaney’s remarks. Rooney said he’s open to considering all sides in the impeachment inquiry. He also said Mulvaney’s comments cannot simply undone by a follow-up statement.

“It’s not an Etch-A-Sketch,” said Rooney, a former ambassador to the Holy See under President George W. Bush.

“The only thing I can assume is, he meant what he had to say — that there was a quid pro quo on this stuff,” he said.

The tumult over Mulvaney’s remarks capped a momentous week in the impeachment investigation as the admission, from highest levels of the administration, undercut the White House defense and pushed more evidence into the inquiry.

GOP leaders tried to contain the fallout. But four weeks into the inquiry, the events around Trump’s interaction with the Ukraine president, which are are at the heart of impeachment, have upended Washington.

The Energy Secretary, Rick Perry, who has been caught up in the probe, announced his resignation. A beloved House chairman, Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., a leading figure in the investigation, died amid ongoing health challenges.

The march toward an impeachment vote now seems all but inevitable, so much so that the highest-ranking Republican, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, privately told his GOP colleagues this week to expect action in the House by Thanksgiving with a Senate trial by Christmas.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi has given no timeline for conclusion but wants the inquiry completed “expeditiously.” She said Thursday that facts of the investigation will determine next steps.

“The timeline will depend on the truth line,” she told reporters.

This week’s hours of back-to-back closed-door hearings from diplomats and former top aides appeared to be providing investigators with a remarkably consistent account of the run-up and aftermath of Trump’s call with Ukraine President Volodymy Zelenskiy.

In that July call, Trump asked the newly elected Zelenskiy for a “favor” in investigating the Democratic National Committee’s email situation, which was central to the 2016 election, as well as a Ukraine gas company, Burisma, linked to the family of Trump’s 2020 Democratic rival, Joe Biden, according to a rough transcript of the phone conversation released by the White House.

Republican leaders tried to align with Trump Friday, amid their own mixed messages as House Democrats, who already issued a subpoena to Mulvaney for documents, now want to hear directly from him.

Rep. Kevin McCarthy, the House GOP leader, cited Mulvaney’s clarification as evidence that there was no quid pro quo. He said witnesses have also testified similarly behind closed doors in the impeachment inquiry.

“We’ve been very clear,” McCarthy said. “There was no quid pro quo.”

Lawmakers involved in the three House committees conducting the investigation want to hear more next week, which promises another packed schedule of witnesses appearing behind closed doors.

Republicans want the interviews made open to the public, including releasing transcripts.

Democrats in the probe being led by Rep. Adam Schiff, chairman of the Intelligence Committee, are keeping the proceedings closed for now, partly to prevent witnesses from comparing notes.

Three House committees investigating impeachment have tentatively scheduled several closed-door interviews next week, including one with Bill Taylor, the current top official at the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine.

Taylor’s interview, scheduled for Tuesday, is significant because he was among the diplomats on a text message string during the time around the July phone call. He raised a red flag and said it was “crazy” to withhold the military aid for a political investigation.

It’s unclear whether all the witnesses will appear, given that the White House is opposing the inquiry and trying to block officials from testifying.

The schedule includes a mix of State Department officials and White House aides.

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State Department probe of Clinton emails finds no deliberate mishandling of classified information

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Chinese national convicted of trying to export US military technology to China

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A Chinese national was sentenced Wednesday to 40 months in prison after being accused of conspiring to export U.S. military and space technology to China, the Justice Department said Friday.

Tao Li, 39, tried to procure “highly sensitive” U.S. military technology without a license, a violation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, the Justice Department (DOJ) said.

Li was arrested at the Los Angeles airport in September 2018 while traveling from China to Arizona to meet with an undercover agent, according to the DOJ.

He was sentenced this week to more than three years in prison, as well as three years of supervised release. He had previously pleaded guilty to the charges.

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Between December 2016 and January 2018, Li, who resided in China, worked with other Chinese nationals to purchase radiation-hardened power amplifiers and supervisory circuits and illegally export them from the U.S. to China, according to the DOJ.

The electronic components Li hoped to obtain are capable of withstanding high levels of radiation and extreme heat, rendering them particularly useful in military and space devices, the department said.

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Li used multiple fake names to contact people in the U.S. in order to obtain the technology. He and his co-conspirators also agreed to pay a “risk fee” to export the components to China, wiring money from China to a bank account in Arizona, the DOJ said.

“This case is one of many involving illegal attempts to take U.S. technology to China,” Assistant Attorney General John Demers said.

The electronic components sought by Li could have made a “significant contribution” to a foreign nation’s military and space programs, the DOJ said.

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Johnson & Johnson Recalls Baby Powder Over Asbestos Worry

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Johnson & Johnson, which has spent years insisting that its baby powder is safe, recalled 33,000 bottles of the product on Friday after the Food and Drug Administration discovered evidence of asbestos, a known carcinogen, in one of the bottles.

The recall, the first time Johnson & Johnson has pulled baby powder from store shelves over asbestos concerns, could undercut its defense against a swarm of allegations that its talc-based products caused cancer. It comes as the company, which reaches into the lives of millions of people through brands such as Tylenol, Band-Aid and Rogaine and reported nearly $82 billion in sales last year, is entangled in numerous legal battles over the safety of its products.

The company has settled some claims — and is still fighting others — involving its role in the nationwide opioid crisis. On Thursday, Johnson & Johnson agreed to pay $117 million in a settlement over the deceptive marketing of transvaginal pelvic mesh implants, and a jury this month ordered it to pay $8 billion to a Maryland man who accused the company of playing down the risks associated with the antipsychotic drug Risperdal. In total, the company faces more than 100,000 lawsuits over its products.

More than 15,000 of those are from people who say baby powder and other talc-based products caused them to develop cancer. Some have mesothelioma, an aggressive cancer that is considered the signature disease of asbestos exposure, while others have ovarian cancer.

The decision to pull the baby powder, sourced from China and distributed last year, is a “whopper” for a company as dependent on consumer trust as Johnson & Johnson, said David Noll, a law professor at Rutgers University.

“I can’t imagine an attorney for Johnson & Johnson standing up in front of a jury now and saying with a straight face that the product is safe,” Mr. Noll said. He added that “if people come to associate the company’s signature product with deadly diseases, there will be huge spillover effects for its ability to market other products.”

The recall was prompted by the FD.A.’s discovery of trace levels of chrysotile asbestos in samples from a bottle of baby powder bought from an online retailer. The company said it was informed of the results on Thursday and recalled bottles from lot number 22318RB out of an “abundance of caution,” though the F.D.A. advised consumers with baby powder from the affected lot to “stop using it immediately.”

But Johnson & Johnson also repeated its longstanding defense against cancer claims, saying that “thousands of tests over the past 40 years repeatedly confirm that our consumer talc products do not contain asbestos.” The company appeared to question the testing process, saying in a statement that it is working with the F.D.A. to “determine the integrity of the tested sample and the validity of the test results.”

Dr. Susan Nicholson, Johnson & Johnson’s vice president of women’s health, said during a short conference call with investors on Friday that the F.D.A.’s report showed “an extremely unusual finding” that was “inconsistent with our testing to date.”

In response, an agency spokeswoman, Gloria Sánchez-Contreras, said, “The F.D.A. stands by the quality of its testing and results.”

Analysts estimate the baby powder lawsuits could cost Johnson & Johnson $5 billion to $10 billion. The recall could lead to the company’s having to pay more in damages or to settle cases, said Erik Gordon, a University of Michigan business professor who studies corporate governance. Shares of the company closed down more than 6 percent on Friday.

Plaintiffs in the talc cases have accused Johnson & Johnson of failing to warn customers of the risks of asbestos contamination, despite being aware of concerns for decades. A New York Times investigation last year found internal memos and reports made public during litigation that document executives’ concerns about potential contamination that date back 50 years.

[Read our investigation into claims about asbestos in baby powder.]

Johnson & Johnson disclosed this year that it was being investigated by the Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission over concerns about possible asbestos contamination of its talc-based products.

Johnson & Johnson is awaiting a major decision that could tilt the talc litigation in its favor. As part of pretrial proceedings for thousands of talc lawsuits consolidated in New Jersey, a federal judge is mulling whether to block testimony from expert witnesses hired by plaintiffs, a move that could cause many talc cases to be dismissed or dropped.

[Thousands of people who trusted Johnson & Johnson’s baby powder for decades are suing the company after developing cancer. “The Weekly,” our new TV show, investigates their allegations.]

Baby powder represents a tiny fraction of Johnson & Johnson sales but an outsize threat to its reputation.

Johnson & Johnson’s name is “so synonymous with their line of baby products,” said Alla Valente, an analyst with Forrester. But recently, she said, the company has started a “damage control campaign” that casts it as bigger than its baby powder, focusing on its slate of other products.

“It’s about trust: If a mother could trust a Johnson & Johnson product for their children, then that product must be safe,” Ms. Valente said. “But now, the dam is finally breaking, where consumers are saying that enough is enough.”

Talc is a natural mineral, formed in underground deposits under the same geological conditions as asbestos. In mines, veins of asbestos can intermingle with talc, geologists say.

Johnson & Johnson officials emphasized on Friday that the level of asbestos detected was very low, just a fraction of 1 percent of the sample. United States health agencies, however, say there is no known safe level of exposure to asbestos.

While health risks increase with heavier and longer exposure to asbestos, the overall evidence suggests no level of asbestos exposure is safe, and disease has been found in people with only brief exposures, according to the National Cancer Institute.

Several earlier F.D.A. tests, including one in the past year and another about a decade ago, did not detect any asbestos in samples of baby powder.

The F.D.A. does not require safety testing for personal-care products and cosmetics before they are marketed, and tests products only occasionally, usually after complaints by consumers or advocacy groups.

The agency considered — and soon abandoned — a plan to monitor talcum products for asbestos in the 1970s, when concern about asbestos in household products captured the public’s attention. The F.D.A. commissioned tests of Johnson & Johnson powders back then, and the company successfully challenged their validity.

This year, after consumer tests found asbestos in makeup kits for children sold at Claire’s, the F.D.A. followed up with its own tests. It detected the carcinogen in half of 20 products, including Claire’s eye shadow and compact powder, JoJo Siwa makeup sold at Claire’s, and bronzers, blush and other makeup made by Beauty Plus Global City Color Cosmetics and sold in retail outlets. The products were eventually recalled.

The agency plans to test 30 more products containing talcum powder, including those popular on social media and others marketed to children, Ms. Sánchez-Contreras said. The products are a tiny percentage of the thousands of personal-care products available for sale.

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Read the Boeing Pilot Messages From 2016: ‘The Plane Is Trimming Itself Like Craxy’

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A top Boeing pilot working on the 737 Max said in messages from 2016 that a new automated system known as MCAS was making the plane difficult to control in flight simulators. The messages suggest that Boeing officials working on the development of the best-selling jet knew of potential issues with the automated system years before the plane was involved in two deadly crashes.

The system is believed to have played a central role in both fatal accidents, using faulty data to send the planes into unrecoverable nose dives shortly after takeoff.

Below is the exchange the pilot, Mark Forkner, had with a colleague in November 2016. (Identifying information, as well as an expletive, has been intentionally obscured.)

TO: Forkner, Mark A[xxxxxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxx.com]; Gustavsson, Patrik H[xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxx.com]

FROM: Forkner, Mark A

SENT: Wed 11/16/2016 2:55:56 AM (UTC)

SUBJECT: Conversation with Forkner, Mark A

Mark Forkner 6:46 PM:

dude, log off!

\

Gustavsson, Patrik H 6:46 PM:

You too!!!

I just logged on to check my schedule. I have so much to do that I want to work from home

I just cant get stuff done in the office

Mark Forkner 6:47 PM:

nah, I’m locked in my hotel room with an ice cold grey goose, I’ll probably fire off a few dozen inappropriate emails before I call it a night

Gustavsson, Patrik H 6:47 PM:

LMAO!!!!

Mark Forkner 6:47 PM:

this job is insane

Gustavsson, Patrik H 6:47 PM:

So did you get anything done in the sim today?

Or what is the normal chaos there?

Mark Forkner 6:48 PM:

although it must be easy compared to working as a tech pilot for RYR

Gustavsson, Patrik H 6:48 PM:

Well it’s different here. We are pretty busy here for sure.

Mark Forkner 6:48 PM:

actually this one is pretty stable, and I signed off some DRs, but there are still some real fundamental issues that they claim they’re aware of

Gustavsson, Patrik H 6:48 PM:

What I hated about Ryanair was the extreme pressure they put on people

Ok, that’s good

Mark Forkner 6:49 PM:

so I just need to start being a xxxx to make you quit?

Gustavsson, Patrik H 6:49 PM:

LOL, that’s it!

Mark Forkner 6:49 PM:

alright, no more mr nice guy!

actually I’d cry uncontrollably if you left

I’d ask for a job in sales where I can just get paid to drink with customers and lie about how awesome our airplanes are

Gustavsson, Patrik H 6:50 PM:

I’d cry if anyone in our group left.

Mark Forkner 6:50 PM:

Oh shocker alerT!

MCAS is now active down to M .2

It’s running rampant in the sim on me

at least that’s what Vince thinks is happening

Gustavsson, Patrik H 6:51 PM:

Oh great, that means we have to update the speed trim descritption in vol 2

Mark Forkner 6:51 PM:

so I basically lied to the regulators (unknowingly)

Gustavsson, Patrik H 6:51 PM:

it wasnt a lie, no one told us that was the case

Mark Forkner 6:51 PM:

I’m levelling off at like 4000 ft, 230 knots and the plane is trimming itself like craxy

I’m like, WHAT?

Gustavsson, Patrik H 6:52 PM:

that’s what i saw on sim one, but on approach

I think thats wrong

Mark Forkner 6:52 PM:

granted, I suck at flying, but even this was egregious

Gustavsson, Patrik H 6:52 PM:

No, i think we need aero to confirm what its supposed to be doing

Mark Forkner 6:53 PM:

Vince is going to get me some spreadsheet table that shows when it’s supposed to kick in. why are we just now hearing about this?

Gustavsson, Patrik H 6:53 PM:

I don’t know, the test pilots have kept us out of the loop

It’s really only christine that is trying to work with us, but she has been too busy

Mark Forkner 6:54 PM:

they’re all so damn busy, and getting pressure from the program

Gustavsson, Patrik H 6:54 PM:

That is true, I wouldnt want to be them

Ok, its time to log off

Mark Forkner 6:55 PM:

ok later man

Gustavsson, Patrik H 6:55 PM:

I’ll work from home tomorrow, be online all day later

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Gen. McCaffrey on Trump’s claim the Kurds are happy: ‘It’s simply absurd, it’s cruel, it makes him look stupid’

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Look, having nuclear—my uncle was a great professor and scientist and engineer, Dr. John Trump at MIT; good genes, very good genes, OK, very smart, the Wharton School of Finance, very good, very smart—you know, if you’re a conservative Republican, if I were a liberal, if, like, OK, if I ran as a liberal Democrat, they would say I’m one of the smartest people anywhere in the world—it’s true!—but when you’re a conservative Republican they try—oh, do they do a number—that’s why I always start off: Went to Wharton, was a good student, went there, went there, did this, built a fortune—you know I have to give my like credentials all the time, because we’re a little disadvantaged—but you look at the nuclear deal, the thing that really bothers me—it would have been so easy, and it’s not as important as these lives are (nuclear is powerful; my uncle explained that to me many, many years ago, the power and that was 35 years ago; he would explain the power of what’s going to happen and he was right—who would have thought?), but when you look at what’s going on with the four prisoners—now it used to be three, now it’s four—but when it was three and even now, I would have said it’s all in the messenger; fellas, and it is fellas because, you know, they don’t, they haven’t figured that the women are smarter right now than the men, so, you know, it’s gonna take them about another 150 years—but the Persians are great negotiators, the Iranians are great negotiators, so, and they, they just killed, they just killed us.

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Woman pleads guilty to homicide after fatally botching silicone butt injection

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A New York woman pleaded guilty on Friday to criminally negligent homicide after she accidentally killed a patient in a botched plastic surgery procedure then fled the country, according to federal prosecutors.

Donna Francis, who was not a licensed beautician, fled to London to evade charges after she injected Kelly Mayhew, then 34, with a fatal silicone injection in 2015, prosecutors said.

The silicone gel, which Francis purchased off of eBay and injected into Mayhew in the basement of her Queens home, entered Mayhew’s bloodstream and killed her, according to prosecutors.

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Mayhew traveled from Maryland to have the procedure and paid Francis $1,600. As Francis injected the clear liquid into Mayhew’s backside, the patient went into cardiac arrest. Francis panicked and fled the scene, leaving the victim with her mother who called 911, according to prosecutors.

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Days later, Francis, 39, fled to London where she remained for four years trying to evade extradition.

In August, Francis was extradited to the U.S. and arraigned on charges of criminally negligent homicide. She pleaded not guilty at the time.

Francis’ attorney Kevin O’Donnell has said his client is “incredibly remorseful.”

Francis will address the victim’s family at her sentencing on Nov. 14. She will face no more than a year behind bars under the terms of the extradition agreement.

Another unusual condition of her extradition agreement is that she won’t spend any time on Rikers Island, the notorious jail complex that the New York City Council has now voted to close by 2026. She’ll be jailed in suburban Suffolk County on Long Island.

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State Department report on Clinton emails finds hundreds of violations, dozens of individuals at fault

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A State Department report into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server for government business, obtained by Fox News on Friday, found dozens of individuals at fault and hundreds of security violations.

The report summarized an administrative review of the handling of classified information relating to Clinton’s private email server used during her tenure as the nation’s highest-ranking diplomat between 2009 and 2013. The report, dated Sept. 13., was delivered to the office of Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa., who was chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee until last year.

The report reflected only approximately 30,000 emails that the State Department was able to physically review, and found 38 individuals were responsible for 91 violations.

Another 497 violations were also found, although the report was not able to assign responsibility in those cases, in part because many of those involved had already left the department during the time it took to receive the emails and review them.

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The report described an investigation fraught with obstacles — including delays — employees who left the department and more than 30,000 deleted records.

The Clinton email controversy dogged her throughout her failed 2016 presidential bid. Clinton and her aides have claimed the controversy was overblown and denied any wrongdoing, but President Trump and allies have consistently referred back to it as an example of a criminal endeavor for which no one was properly punished.

The FBI began investigating Clinton’s handling of emails in 2015 after it was revealed she had used a homebrew server for her government emails. Then-FBI Director James Comey announced in July 2016 that the agency would not recommend charges, but famously described Clinton as having been “extremely careless” in her conduct.

The department received the emails in December 2014, well after Clinton left the department in early 2013.

The department concluded that the use of a private email system “added an increased degree of risk of compromise, as a private system lacks the network monitoring and intrusion detection capabilities of [the] State Department.”

“While the use of a private email system itself did not necessarily increase the likelihood of classified information being transmitted on unclassified systems, those incidents which then resulted in the presence of classified information upon it carried an increased risk of compromise or inadvertent disclosure,” the report said.

However, while there were instances of classified information being introduced into an unclassified system, the report said that by and large the individuals interviewed “did their best” to implement security policies. There was no “persuasive evidence” of systemic, deliberate mishandling of classified information, according to the report.

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