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Over a five-year span, senior officials at the National Archives and
Records Administrations (NARA) voiced growing alarm about Hillary Clinton’s
record-keeping practices as secretary of state, according to internal
documents obtained by Fox News.

During Clinton’s final days in office, Paul Wester, the director of Modern
Records Programs at NARA – essentially the agency’s chief records custodian
– privately emailed
<http://www.foxnews.com/politics/interactive/2015/06/02/exhibit-4-state-department-concern/>
five NARA colleagues to confide his fear that Clinton would take her
official records with her when she left office, in violation of federal
statutes.

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