Hillary Clinton has been caught in another lie. Clinton and her camp have long said she didn't use her private, formerly secret email server early in her tenure at State but now that claim has been blown apart.
As The Hill reports, the legal watchdog group Judicial Watch obtained evidence contradicting Hillary:
Clinton’s presidential campaign has previously claimed that the former top diplomat did not use her personal "clintonemail.com" account before March 2009, weeks after she was sworn in as secretary of State.
But on Thursday, the watchdog group Judicial Watch released one message from Feb. 13, 2009, in which Mills communicated with Clinton on the account to discuss the National Security Agency’s (NSA) efforts to produce a secure BlackBerry device for her to use as secretary of State.
The discovery is likely to renew questions about Clinton’s narrative about her use of the private email server, which has come under scrutiny.
Questions about Clinton's email and her honesty surrounding it have dogged her campaign for the last year. Questions arose when the House Select Committee on Benghazi had trouble tracking down her communications during the September 2012 terrorist attack. It was alter discovered that Clinton had been using a private account, even sending highly classified state secrets across the unsecured server.