Cooper’s claims stem from a March 19 Judicial Watch deposition that was made public yesterday.
In a 2016 deposition, Abedin said she learned about the private server by “reading in some news articles about a year, a year-and-a-half ago, when it was—it was being publicly discussed.”
Cooper said in the deposition that he established “two or three” email accounts on the private server and that he and State Department IT specialist Bryan Pagliano created accounts for Chelsea Clinton and Abedin.
The Epoch Times reports:
Asked if the Cooper deposition represents additional legal problems for Abedin, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton told The Epoch Times on June 18 that “the legal liabilities never went away, so it’s a matter of political will by the Justice Department. … The leadership is going to have to step up to move forward on any of this.”
Cooper, who was an adviser to President Bill Clinton, also said that a week before his deposition, he spoke with Cheryl Mills, the attorney who served as Hillary Clinton’s chief of staff at the State Department and represented her legally during the FBI’s investigation of the email server. Mills accompanied Hillary Clinton when she was interviewed by the FBI.
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