Speaking of letters, why would the FBI, or State Department, or Homeland Security, wait until asked by Congress to evaluate the safety of a cabinet member’s email, especially involving international communication? Wouldn’t any damage already be done?
To keep it safe, would it not be prudent to demand and check the standard of email used by cabinet officers before they begin using it? Why wait until, for instance, they have long been replaced and are in the middle of campaigning for a different governmental position?
Alma Lewandowski, Richland