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Hillary Clinton’s Email Scandals

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October 29, 2016 09:39 EDT

The FBI’s continued probe into Hillary Clinton’s email scandal brings back trust issues with voters.

This US presidential election cycle has been marred by scandal after scandal, with suggestions of tax machinations, party corruption and sexual assault. While media fury over the Trump Tapes has overshadowed Hillary Clinton’s email saga, that doesn’t mean that she should get away without accountability.

With the renewed interest the Federal Bureuu of Investigation (FBI) has expressed in conjunction with the investigation into Clinton’s use of a private server for work purposes, here are four WikiLeaks revelations that are being overlooked.

While none of them disclose any criminal wrongdoing by the Democratic nominee, they do, however, cast a shadow over her already unfavorable trust ratings with the electorate.

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