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Hillary Clinton skipped a special 2011 briefing on cybersecurity that members of her staff at the State Department organized specifically for her, according to information revealed Friday.
Julia Frifield, a staffer at the department, divulged the information to Congress last month. A March 3 letter from the head of the Senate Judiciary Committee, addressed to Secretary of State John Kerry, described the revelation.
“On February 18, 2016, Ms. Julia Frifield, the Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs, sent us that classified PowerPoint presentation used in the cybersecurity briefing, along with an unclassified cover letter,” states the letter authored by Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa.
“The unclassified cover letter noted that ‘although the PowerPoint indicated the briefing was for former Secretary Clinton, we understand from the testimony of the briefers, that she was not in attendance,'” Grassley adds.
Grassley’s letter demanded that Kerry declassify the information contained in the special briefing, and that Kerry respond to the request by March 17. Grassley’s office publicized the exchange on March 25, an apparent indication that Kerry did not respond positively.[…]
Clinton’s practices may have also trickled down to members of her staff. Responding to a records request from Judicial Watch, the State Department said that it was similarly unable to find any documentation to indicate Clinton’s chief of staff Cheryl Mills or deputy chief Huma Abedin had completed required training sessions.
“The State Department can’t find any documents that they took this course,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton told Fox News. “So now it’s up to Clinton to explain why she didn’t take this training and why she thought she was above the law.”