FBI document: Clinton transferred furniture from her office to her house

The FBI released a document from the Hillary Clinton's investigation in which a former State Department agent describes how she swiped furniture from the State Department in order to decorate her own house. The State Department denied the accusations. Clinton's headquarters has yet to release a comment.
Hillary Clinton Photo Credit: Reuters/Channel 2 News

A document released by the FBI, which is part of the investigation into Hillary Clinton regarding her private e-mails, has raised suspicions that the Democratic Presidential Candidate transferred furniture from the State Department to her own private residence in Washington D.C.

The document released by the FBI features the testimony of a former State Department security agent who worked during Clinton's tenure as secretary of state. “Early in Clinton’s tenure as secretary of state, she and her staff were observed removing lamps and furniture from the State Department which were transported to her residence in Washington, DC,” stated the agent.

The agent was placed in the State Department in 2009 and reassigned in 2013. In his testimony, he mentioned that he "does not know whether these items were ever returned to the government."

American media outlets reported that the State Department denied the accusations and even claimed that Clinton only took to her private residence items that she owned. The document was part of 100 newly-released pages of interview notes of the FBI investigation into Clinton’s handling of classified material.

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