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(Worthy News) - Investigators believe they will be able to recover some of the data that once resided on Hillary Clinton's private server despite the former secretary of state's attempts to wipe it clean.
FBI officials "will try to figure what's there, how it got there and who put it there" as they examine the server Clinton handed over last week, according to a report by NBC News.
An attorney for Platte River Networks, the technology company tasked with managing Clinton's emails since 2013, told the Washington Examiner that the server contained no useful data because its contents were migrated — or electronically transferred — onto another device in mid-2013. [ Source ]
Hillary Clinton refuses to say if she wiped her email server
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton repeatedly refused to say whether she wiped her private email server during a contentious press conference Tuesday in Nevada.
In a testy exchange with Fox News' Ed Henry, Clinton argued that she had the authority to turn over to the State Department what she felt necessary, pointing to the 55,000 pages of emails she released.
"All I can tell you is in retrospect, if I had used a government account and I had said 'you know, let's release everything. Let's let everyone in America see what I did for four years,' we would have the same arguments," Clinton said. "So that's all I can say." [ Source ]