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I am pretty sure this could never actually happen ... I mean, her being successful at it ... The Russians hacked the password of the Democratic National Committee, as their chief Honcho's password was in fact "password" ... and she claims to have forgotten the passwords, on several of her unsecured smart phones, and had them destroyed with a hammer before the FBI MIGHT have looked at them for evidence of breaches of National Security (DUH!), and as far as collecting DNA .... she can't even get any from Bill, anymore.

His last words on the matter were "Heh, heh, I guess when you are in prison, I will be free to date, Huh? Heh, heh ..."

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