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THAT stands in stark contrast to the possibility that Hillary Clinton, who was the Secretary of State at the time, might have sent sensitive information through a private e-mail server that everybody in the White House already knew about.
The conversation about whether Snowden should be considered a traitor or not is a legitimate one, however Palin has no interest in actually having it as she is only interested in using Snowden to attack Hillary.
By the way it should be mentioned at this time that the State Department was certainly not secure enough to resist being hacked and shut down in 2014. (Which it should be noted happened AFTER Hillary left office.)
On the other hand Hillary's e-mail was not hacked by anyone as far as we know, and the only peek into what she was receiving on her private server only comes because her friend Sydney Blumenthal was hacked.
And that only revealed what he sent her, and nothing that she sent back.
As it appears right now Clinton's e-mail account seems to be the one that was the safest from attack.
So in what way did she secretly expose classified information?