The arrangement insured that no taxpayer money was spent on setting up the server that was used by the Clinton family and some of their closest advisers, the aide said.
Pagliano has told a House committee investigating Clinton’s use of the email server that he would invoke his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination if called to testify. The official spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the matter.
Sanders campaign spokesman Michael Briggs responded: “Bernie is doing more than attracting large crowds”.
He was IT director for Mrs Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign and went to work for the State Department when she took up her Cabinet job.
Sullivan said at the close of the day that he was proud to talk about the “extraordinary service” of his former colleagues at the State Department.
The Post reports the Clintons first paid Bryan Pagliano $5,000 to set up computer systems before he even joined the State Department, and then kept paying him.
“One of the Fifth basic functions … is to protect innocent men … who otherwise might be ensnared by ambiguous circumstances”, attorney Mark MacDougall told The Washington Post.
“Hillary“, said one woman as they shook hands on the street, “stay strong and don’t let them get you down”.
‘There was so much work to be done.
I am in total agreement with the letter to the editor “Clinton emails not a new problem” written by Jack Pierce & published on 09-01-15.
“I think the cover up is worse than the crime”, he said.
Is she sorry? She’s sorry you’re so blasted stupid.
Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings, the senior Democrat on the committee, said at midday that Sullivan had answered every question.
On 3 September, Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta acknowledged the campaign faced “headwinds, particularly around the email question”.
Republicans have criticized Clinton’s unwillingness to apologize for the decision.
Gowdy said Friday that inquiries that focused on a private email server Clinton used while serving as secretary of state, including its setup, came only later in the session.
The State Department has also not revealed which officials knew about Clinton’s server or whether any questions were raised over how it was being handled.
“We know, for example, that she hired into the State Department a political operative who had done IT work on her campaign and for her PAC”, Fiorina said.
Mrs Clinton has maintained she did nothing wrong, insisting she sent no information via email that was classified at the time, and received no material marked that way.
On Monday, 188 new classified emails were discovered from her private email server. “I dealt with it in person”.
Republicans contend that Clinton’s assertions on her email server won’t appease polls that suggest that many Americans are questioning her trustworthiness as she seeks the Democratic nomination for president next year.