Hillary Clinton submitted her written testimony on her private email server under penalty of perjury on Thursday night.
Her answers to questions about her email usage was submitted to conservative legal watchdog Judicial Watch. The following is her written response:
“Secretary Clinton states that she does not recall being advised, cautioned, or warned,” about her private email server, Hillary Clinton's lawyers wrote.
“She does not recall that it was ever suggested to her, and she does not recall participating in any communication, conversation, or meeting in which it was discussed that her use of a clintonemail.com e-mail account to conduct official State Department business conflicted with or violated federal record keeping laws.”
The legal document, filed “under penalty of perjury,” was signed by Hillary Clinton on Monday. Here are all 25 answers Hillary Clinton gave about her email server under penalty of perjury.
Another legal document Hillary Clinton signed conflicts with her feigned lack of knowledge about the proper transmission of classified information.
In 2009, as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton signed a Classified Information Disclosure Agreement.
The Weekly Standard reported on the Clinton signature:
As revealed by those FBI documents, Clinton told agents that she could not recall “any briefing or training by State related to the retention of federal records of handling of classified information”.
But the second paragraph of the Classified Information Nondisclosure Agreement—which she signed on January 22, 2009—states that “I hereby acknowledge that I have received a security indoctrination concerning the nature and protection of classified information.”
Thus, Hillary Clinton received training on the proper transmission of classified information.