A state-owned Chinese company reportedly hacked former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's e-mail server and then inserted a code that sent them a copy of virtually every e-mail she sent or received – a revelation President Trump calls. 19659002] The Daily Caller reported that the company was writing code in the DC area, which was then embedded in the server and produced a "courtesy copy" of almost all of their e-mails, which was then forwarded to the Chinese company.
The Code was reportedly discovered in 2015 by the Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG), who then warned FBI officials against intrusion.
A source informed about the matter, Fox News confirms the details of the caller's reporting, and said that the ICIG was so concerned about the disclosure that officials drove to the FBI to call agents ̵
The source told Fox News that the hack came from a Chinese company and described it as a front line for Chinese intelligence.
A second one Source informed Fox News that officials outside the FBI code on the Clinton server suggested that a foreign source receive copies of e-mails in real time.
The hacker report caught President Trump's attention late Tuesday who warned that FBI and DOJ will act or "their credibility will be lost forever." 19659008] Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, H Chunying, among others, responded to Trump's tweet, "This is not the first time that we hear similar allegations."
"China is a staunch cybersecurity lawyer. We resist any form of Internet attack and theft of secrets, "she said, according to Reuters.
The ICIG and FBI did not comment.
Clinton's office did not respond to a request for comment, but a spokesman told The Daily Caller: "The FBI spent thousands of hours investigating and found no evidence of intrusion. That's a fact. "
Fox News reported in March that Strzok was aware of an irregularity in the metadata of Clinton's server that suggested a possible violation but no follow-up action was taken.
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Next, a May 2016 email from Strzok, received from Fox News earlier this year, said "we know foreign players are getting access" to some Clinton – Emails, including at least one "secret" message "about compromises of private email accounts" Clinton employees.
Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, a Sked Strzok heard in a House Oversight Committee in July whether or not he has been informed of an anomaly on Clinton's e-mails by ICIG officials.
"You received this information, and you did not do anything with it," said Gohmert Strzok in July 1965, "said Strzok, recalling that Meeting with the ICIG – Be but he did not remember the content of the meeting and that any allegations were passed on to experts who carefully looked at them
"If there was a trace, I gave them to the team," Strzok said as part of a heated outward and between the two. Strzok was released this month after he controversially questioned the anti-Trump texts he sent to FBI attorney Lisa Page, with whom he had an affair.
Gohmert, reached by telephone on Tuesday, told Fox News on Tuesday that the e-mails were received from the secret services of a foreign country, but he declined to name the country in question. He said there was no indication that Strzok and the FBI had taken any action when they were informed by the ICIG, and no indication that they were even informing Clinton.
He told Fox News that he was surprised that his interrogation at the Strzok hearing in July no longer attracted media attention, but he noted that the press briefly commented on it when he asked Strzok: "How many times have you looked into your wife's eyes and commented on Lisa Page?"
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"It's critical," he said, referring to the importance of the server -Declaration was asked. "There are countries that would spend a lot of money to know what Clinton said, write their e-mails, and think about what she's doing, who she's going to meet, what she thinks about meetings, not necessarily classified, but critically important and these emails were compromised and people like Strzok, when informed, knew that this would destroy their chances of making an election and they would do nothing to violate those opportunities. "
Then the FBI Director James Comey said the FBI's investigation into Clinton's emails in July 2016, while Clinton was "extremely careless" in her handling of classified information, would not bring charges against the DOJ.