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Forty times! During her FBI interview Hillary Clinton answered I don’t recall, I don’t remember, etc. forty times. We’re not talking questions like, “what did you have for breakfast on January second? (I don’t remember what I had for breakfast today),” the questions asked were items that any competent former secretary of state should remember.  Hillary Clinton’s answers suggest either she lied to the FBI, didn’t have the appropriate concern for classified information, or has health problems affecting her memory. Actually comedian Steve Martin had the best explanation for Hillary’s memory lapses.

Her forty “can’t remembers” are listed below, they have been lifted directly, word for word, from the FBI summary of their interview of Ms. Clinton. But on top of the list is a video of Steve Martin’s explanation of Hillary’s answers, and at the bottom of the post the video is entire the FBI summary of their Hillary Interview:

1.“Clinton could not recall when she first received her security clearance and if she carried it with her to State via reciprocity from her time in the Senate.”

2.“Clinton could not recall any briefing or training by State related to the retention of federal records or handling of classified information.”

3.“Clinton was aware she was an Original Classification Authority (OCA) at State. Clinton could not recall how often she used this authority or any training or guidance provided by State.:

4.“Clinton recalled being briefed on special access program (SAP) information but could not recall any specific briefing on how to handle information associated with SAP’s.”

5.“Clinton was certain she signed an agreement memorializing her access to SAP material, but she could not recall specific detail.”

6.“Clinton could not recall a specific process for nominating a target for a drone strike and recalled much debate pertaining to the concurrence process.”

7. “When Clinton’s BlackBerry malfunctioned, her aides would assist in obtaining a new BlackBerry. After moving to the new device, her old SIM card was disposed of by her aides. Clinton did not recall how any data stored on the device was destroyed.”

8.“While on international travel, Clinton never suspected her BlackBerry was tampered with, nor did she ever lose a BlackBerry while traveling. There were a few occasions where Clinton staff was provided with the secure cell phone, the Clinton did not recall the circumstances or frequency with which this event occurred.”

9.“Clinton requested a secure BlackBerry while at State, but could not recall why they were unable to provide one.”

10.“Clinton did not recall receiving any emails she thought should not be on an unclassified system.”

11.“Clinton did not recall her specific conversations regarding the creation of the clintonemail.com domain, but around January 2009, directed aides to create the email account.”

12. “Clinton did not recall receiving guidance from State regarding email policies outlined in the Foreign Affairs Manual.”

13.“Some aides had access to Clinton’s BlackBerry and email accounts, but she could not recall specifically who had access.”

14, 15. “Additionally Clinton did not recall any specific routine for deleting emails from her account while Secretary of State, nor did she recall ever receiving any messages indicating her account was reaching a storage limit.”

16. “Huma Abedin also had an account on clintonemail.com because she frequently assisted client in with personal matters. Clinton did not recall any other individuals being offered an account on clintonemail.com.”

17. “After reviewing an email dated June 4, 2011 with the subject line ‘RE: Google email hacking and woeful state of civilian technology,’ Clinton stated she did not recall the compromise of State employees’ Gmail accounts.”

18, 19. “After reviewing a State communication dated June 28, 2011 with the subject line ‘Securing Personal Email Accounts,’ Clinton stated all cables of a certain policy nature went out under her name and she did not recall the specific cable. Additionally, Clinton did not recall this cable correlating with Brian Pagliano upgrading the clintonemail.com server.”

20. “When Clinton had technical issues with her server, she contacted [Justin Cooper]. She could not recall ever contacting Pagliano for technical support.”

21.“She did not recall using an iPad mini until after her tenure as Secretary of State and has never used a MacBook or other computer to access her email.”

22. “After reviewing an email dated October 13, 2012 with the subject line ‘This am Green on Blue,’ Clinton stated she did not remember the email specifically.”

23. “After reviewing an email dated [REDACTED] with subject line [REDACTED], Clinton stated she did not remember the email specifically.” [This phrase appears more than once so you will see it in this list a few times]

24.“After reviewing an email dated [REDACTED] with subject line [REDACTED], Clinton stated she did not remember the email specifically.”

25. “Clinton did not recall [Jacob Sullivan] using his Google email account for official business and could not say why it was used in this instance.”

26. “After reviewing an email dated [REDACTED] with subject line [REDACTED], Clinton stated she did not remember the email specifically.”

27.“Clinton did not recall a State policy on confirming classified information and media reports.”

28. “After reviewing an email dated August 25, 2010, with subject line ‘FW: New York Times article on Salehi,’ Clinton stated she did not remember the email specifically.”

29. “After reviewing email dated [REDACTED] with subject line [REDACTED], Clinton stated she did not remember the email specifically.”

30.“After reviewing an email dated December 27, 2011, with the subject line ‘FW: SBU,’ Clinton stated she did not remember the email specifically.”

31. “After receiving an email dated [REDACTED] with subject line [REDACTED] Clinton stated she did not remember the email specifically.”

32. “After reviewing an email dated June 17, 2011, subject line [REDACTED], Clinton stated she did not remember the email specifically.”

33. “Clinton had no recollection of actually receiving a ‘non-paper’ or a secure fax and this instance.”

34. “[REDACTED] talking points are typically classified, but Clinton did not recall in this instance.”

35. “After reviewing an email dated April 9, 2012, with subject line ‘Call to President Banda,’ Clinton stated she did not remember the email specifically.”

36. “In December of 2012, Clinton suffered a concussion and then around the New Year had a blood clot. Based on her doctor’s advice, she could only work at State for a few hours a day and could not recall every briefing she received.”

37. “After reviewing an email dated December 11, 2012 with the subject line ‘FW: Significant FOIA Request,’ Clinton stated she did not recall the specific request and was not aware of receiving any FOIA requests for information related to her email during her tenure as Secretary of State.”

38. “Clinton did not recall being read-out of her clearance or any SAP’s by State personnel.”

39. “Clinton’s email address was publicly disclosed in March 2013 when Sydney Blumenthal‘s email account was compromised. As a result Clinton was advised to change her email address and did so, but she did not recall specifically who made this recommendation.”

40.“Clinton believed [REDACTED] was her primary BlackBerry phone number and she did not recall using a flip phone during her tenure at State, only during her service in the Senate.”

 

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