A report by the State Department's inspector general concludes that Clinton’s use of a private e-mail server violated federal standards, and says two department officials were rebuffed when they raised the issue with Clinton aides during her tenure.
The State Department hasn't come up with much of an e-mail trail on the man who helped Secretary Clinton set up a private e-mail server. For Republicans, it's a talking point as they try to raise questions about Clinton’s truthfulness.
Questioning the GOP candidate's steadiness is an obvious line of political attack, given his loose talk and lack of foreign-policy experience. But it remains to be seen if the critique can resonate with the 2016 electorate.
In his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, Sanders argues that the free-to-choose 'superdelegates' should align with the voters within their own states. But their role wasn't conceived that way.