After months of refusal, Hillary Clinton has agreed to turn over her personal email server to the Justice Department.
Federal Investigators are examining whether or not any classified information was passed through the system during Clinton’s time as secretary of state.
Steve Bucci, of The Heritage Foundation and Democratic strategist Kate Maeder debate what the decision means for Clinton’s campaign and we talk with data recovery expert Andrew von Ramin Mapp about how tech specialists will go about extracting deleted emails from the server.
What do you think the investigation means for Clinton’s campaign?
Steve Bucci, Director, Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign and National Security Policy, The Heritage Foundation
Kate Maeder, Democratic political strategist who works on campaigns in California for Storefront Political Media consultancy based in San Francisco
Andrew von Ramin Mapp, CEO and Founder of Data Analyzers, a firm that specializes in data recovery and computer forensics based in Orlando, Florida