Hillary's Server: Still An Issue OR An Unhealthy Obsession?

A Chinese state-owned company reportedly hacked former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email server, then inserted code that forwarded them a copy of virtually every email she sent or received after that -- a revelation President Trump is demanding be investigated. 

The Daily Caller reported that the firm operating in the D.C. area wrote code that was then embedded in the server and generated a “courtesy copy” for almost all her emails -- which was then forwarded to the Chinese company. Officials outside of the FBI indicated code on the Clinton server suggested a foreign source was receiving copies of emails in real time. 

The hacking report caught the attention late Tuesday of President Trump, who warned that the FBI and DOJ should act or “their credibility will be forever gone.”

So is this a real issue or just an unhealthy obsession for President Trump?  I talk it over with Professor Allan Saxe.  

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