Trump Suggests Hillary Clinton's Former Top Aide Huma Abedin Should Be Jailed

Posted January 03, 2018

President Donald Trump on Tuesday morning accused former Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin of violating security protocols in the State Department by using her personal email for government work.

Late last month, Trump dubbed him "leakin' James Comey" in a tweet, an allusion to Comey providing notes he took surrounding a conversation with Trump to an associate with the goal of him providing it to the press. The report noted that Abedin forwarded State Department passwords to her personal Yahoo email account. The emails were not marked classified, but some classified information was found in the messages.

"Remember sailors pictures on submarine?" he asked.

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"She would use these accounts if her (State) account was down or if she needed to print an email or document", an Federal Bureau of Investigation report read.

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Trump appeared to be referring to a report in the conservative Daily Caller that Abedin sent government passwords to her Yahoo email before it was hacked. "Abedin further explained that it was hard to print from the DoS system so she routinely forwarded emails to her non-DoS accounts so she could more easily print". Millions of Yahoo accounts were hacked. Trump also took aim at former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey, implying he would like the Justice Department to probe his behavior while in and out of office.

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Trump recalled the story of Kristian Saucie, a former Navy sailor who was imprisoned for taking pictures of a nuclear power system when on a submarine, suggesting that Clinton and Abedin should suffer the same fate.

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