Democrats Rejoice As Hillary Clinton Signs Up for Computer Literacy Course

Richard Drew (AP)
Richard Drew (AP)

By Marina Troy

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says she plans to avoid future technology snafus by taking a course on social media, email and other communications technology.

“After this course, I am going to be switching from AOL email to a more secure service,” said Clinton in a press release. “I now intend to use Yahoo email for future correspondence.”

However, Clinton wouldn’t be the first government official who used a non-secure email service. Last year, CIA Director John Brennan’s AOL email was hacked.

Republicans have been hammering Clinton over her alleged use of a private server. Last week, the FBI released thousands of Clinton emails. The GOP is looking for classified information within these emails in relation to an alleged Benghazi coverup.

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