Think back to three months ago, back before the world was dark and grimy.
What was Donald Trump's biggest blow against Hillary Clinton? Those damn emails.
We mean, she used a private email server! Sure, it doesn't really matter since she didn't spill classified information or try to hide any unscrupulous dealings, but come on! It was easily the equivalent of Trump having no qualifications, spewing racist rhetoric, contradicting himself constantly, and being accused by multiple women of sexual assault and harassment.
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But it turns out Drumpf's White House has done the same thing in its first week!
Senior staff members Jared Kushner, Kellyanne Conway, Sean Spicer, and Steve Bannon all are confirmed to have had active accounts on an RNC email system.
And the Republican National Committee only deleted them after the news broke Wednesday night.
Not only is that not the official White House email they're supposed to be using, but that email system was also hacked in late 2016!
Are our secrets secure? How do we know they haven't used those emails for White House business? They haven't disclosed the contents of those emails!
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Now let us be clear.
We aren't saying we actually care about their stupid emails — unless they use the RNC system to hide millions of emails from the public like George W. Bush did.
The point here is, it was a bullshit non-scandal when Hillary did it. The FBI cleared her of any wrongdoing. But after they threatened to lock her up over it?? Well, let's just let Bush administration lawyer Richard Painter say it:
"They better be careful after making such a huge ruckus over the private email over at the State Department."
More importantly, can we point out Trump is already actively hiding things from the American people without the use of private email servers??
[Image via NBC News.]
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