Jason Chaffetz (@jasoninthehouse), Congressman, Utah, Republican, tries to get a straight answer from Fumbling, Rumbling, Stumbling, Mumbling, State Department Inspector General, Steve Linick, about Hillary Clinton’s (@HillaryClinton Hillary Rodham Clinton’s) Email, and a Video

10/28/2016 3:55 Jason Chaffetz Grills Hotshot OIG Agent Over Hillary Clinton’s Emails

U.S. Congressman Jason Chaffetz:

Um

Mr. Costello, um, electronic records fall under, electronic records fall under the jurisdiction of the Federal Records Act

Correct❓
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Ms. Costello:

Pardon
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U.S. Representative Jason Chaffetz:

Sorry
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Costello:

It’s okay

Uh

Yes they do
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Congressman Jason Chaffetz:

Um

Mr. Linick, do you believe

I’m going to ask you both questions

So go ahead and stay

Does this include

So, electronic records fall under the jurisdiction of the Federal Records Act

Right, Mr.❓
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U.S. State Department Inspector General Steve Linick:

So long as they contain work-related materials

Yes
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Representative Jason Chaffetz:

Does this include video❓
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U.S. State Department Inspector General Linick:

Well, if you’re

If you’re asking about the, the videotape, um, the, uh, separate issue

I’m

That’s something we’re looking at, and we’re not really able to comment on it at this time

That’s an ongoing matter
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Congressman Chaffetz:

Is

Are
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State Department Inspector General Steve Linick:

Whether, whether, whether
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Representative Chaffetz:

( ❓ )
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State Department Inspector General Linick:

videos are, are records

But we’re looking at that issue
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Rep. Jason Chaffetz:

Uh

Let’s get

Is this relating to the eight (8) minutes
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Inspector General Steve Linick:

Right
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Rep. Chaffetz:

of deleted videos❓
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Inspector General Linick:

Right
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Jason Chaffetz:

So, the Inspector General is doing an investigation❓
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U.S. State Department I.G. Steve Linick:

Well, we’re looking

Where we’ve done it

We’ve started a preliminary review and we’re, we’ve, we’ve, we’ve, looking into that matter at this point

We have not opened an in, invest, a full-bu, blown investigation, but we are looking to see, sort of what the issues are and we’ve interviewed some people
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J. Chaffetz:

Well, we also have, uh, jurisdiction and we, we would like to know

So, my

My question is, uh

If the electronic record is video is it treated differently than if it’s, text❓
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U.S. State Department I.G. Linick:

I’m not able to answer that question …
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Chaffetz:

Why not❓
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State Department I.G. Steve Linick:

Because
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Chaffetz:

Why not❓
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State Department I.G. Linick:

I don’t

I don’t have an answer for you

I

Eh

Again, we’re

We’re sort of in the middle of looking at those issues

It’s not part of the report that we issued
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Chaffetz:

Right
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Inspector General Steve Linick:

and I can only talk about what my work supports, but
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Chaffetz:

So if the
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Inspector General Linick:

I wouldn’t want to venture a guess if the

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