"I may have said somethings that offended some people but that's nothing compared to Hillary's actions. She has endangered national security by using her personal email for official business in foreign countries. She has been embroiled in this scandal for over a year and has yet to face repercussions. I don't think most people realize how serious this is. Going forward, our intelligence community has to assume that China, Egypt, Israel, Japan and South Korea all have had access to executive level communications for a period of three months during her tenure as Secretary of State," stated Trump.
During Hillary Clinton's first three months as Secretary of State, she opted to use her own personal server for email instead of ones mandated by federal protocol. In the months following the revelation, she was the subject of numerous investigations from federal law enforcement agencies and Congressional hearings. Because her personal server wasn't encrypted, all communication was exposed to surveillance.
"The name Clinton right on the email handle meant this was not a difficult find,” said John Schindler, a former National Security Agency counterintelligence officer.
Michael Hayden, former Director of the National Security Agency, Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence, and Director of the Central Intelligence Agency said "I would lose all respect for a whole bunch of foreign intelligence agencies if they weren't sitting back, paging through the emails."
In addition to using a insecure connection, Trump criticized her often terse and ambiguous emails. "A president shouldn't be writing like a teenager texting their friend."
He sited one specific email where she accidentally sent "omg wat is this" to the Secretary of Defense Ash Carter last year on September 2nd, at 7:35 am. The email was meant to be sent to her personal staff regarding a new wardrobe she didn't find to her liking. Upon reading the message, Ash Carter immediately ordered the country on high alert. Within fifteen minutes, American military assets across the globe mobilized for full assault.
"At the time, I didn't know what we were dealing with. We prepared for the worst. She later sent "wrong person, sry," recalled Carter.
"She still has a good laugh when it's brought up."
Hillary is now refusing to answer any more questions about her emails. She cited her previous testimony and not having anymore new information to offer. During an interview on ABC last September, she also said she was "sorry for that."