#DNCLeak: Colin Powell Told Clinton's Staff Repeatedly Not to Scapegoat Him Over EmailsChris Menahan
Sep. 14, 2016
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Of course, she blamed him anyways.
From The Intercept:
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell attempted to discourage Hillary Clinton and her team from using him as a scapegoat for her private email server problems, according to newly leaked emails from Powell's Gmail account.
The emails show Powell regularly corresponding with reporters and friends about the Clinton email server scandal, explaining that his situation was different. When Powell arrived at the State Department, the information technology system was badly dated, he argued. And unlike Clinton, Powell never set up a private server. Instead, he used his personal AOL account, on a server maintained by AOL, and used a government computer for classified communications.