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>> This is a picture of former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton looking down at a newspaper. The headline, Pence used personal email in office. The photo, snapped by a fellow airline passenger, rocketing around the Internet Friday because the Internet loves its irony. For anyone with total 2016 amnesia, it was Hillary Clinton's use of personal email while she was Secretary of State that dominated criticism of her presidential candidacy.
And as vice presidential candidate, Mike Pence was strident in condemning her throughout the campaign. The revelation by the Indianapolis Star, part of the USA Today newspaper chain, that Pence used a personal AOL account, quote, at times to discuss sensitive matters and homeland security issues while he was governor of Indiana.
And that his AOL account was hacked, prompting the veep to clarify that as governor, he followed all state laws and had little access to classified information.>> No, there's no comparison whatsoever between Hillary Clinton's practice in having a private server mishandling classified information, destroying emails when they were requested by the Congress and by officials.
We have fully complied with all Indiana's laws.>> Lock her up! Lock her up! Lock her up! Lock her up!>> Just last month, attendees at the Conservative Political Action Conference chanting, lock her up, a phrase popularized by Trump on the campaign trail, targeting Clinton for her email practices.