Hillary Clinton could be in a precarious position following State Department's internal audit that found the former Secretary of State had violated federal procedures on more than one occasion during her time as the head of the Department.
As reported by The Inquisitr, Obama administration appointed State Department Inspector General Steve Linick submitted a report to the Congress on Wednesday, which was also simultaneously leaked to the press on the same day, suggesting that Hillary Clinton's email gaffes were not "appropriate" and violated several federal protocols. The report points out that not only did Clinton bypass federal procedure by not handing out all the emails to the State Department before leaving office, but that she also never sought approval to use her highly contentious private server to conduct official business in the first place.
The Inspector General's report has evidently caused a flutter in Clinton's camp, and while those defending her have argued that former Secretaries of State have also made similar errors in judgment, her critics see the report as damning evidence that Clinton has been gravely at fault.
Left-leaning media outlets have also been critical of Hillary Clinton's email practices, with The Washington Post slamming the Democratic front-runner for what it said was an "inexcusable, willful disregard for the rules."