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Mystery: Clinton White House Files Missing from Nat’l Archives

One would think the Clintons had maxed out on the possibility of more scandal with over 30 years of nefarious activity, but wait, there’s more.

Firs there was White Water, then Vince Foster, then Monica Lewinksy, then Benghazi and Servergate. Now it appears Bill Clinton’s White House files are missing from the National Archives.

Here’s more from Daily Caller:

While serving as secretary of state, the White House informed current presidential candidate Hillary Clinton that a two-terabyte hard drive full of records from her husband’s presidency were missing from the National Archives.

National Archives officials presumed the drive “was stolen,” according to a April 2009 email sent by White House counsel Daniel Meltzer to Jim Messina, President Obama’s deputy chief of staff.

“They last can account for the drive on January 30; they discovered it was missing on March 24 (NARA leadership found out later). They believe it was stolen,” Meltzer wrote to Messina, which was forwarded to Clinton aides.

“Two terabytes is a very very large amount of data; the drive may contain a wide range of memos, emails, and other electronic documents from the Clinton White House,” Meltzer wrote.

The email was one of 357 released by the Department of State Thursday as part of their investigation into Clinton’s storing classified materials on a private, unsecured email server based out of her home in Chappaqua, New York.

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