Jeb Bush/George private Email accounts
George and Jeb both had/have privat email accounts.
Why is it that the news media and republicans are keeping Hilary Clintons Email account in the news however, hush, hush on George and Jeb Bush private email accounts?
Jeb Bush dumps emails including social security numbers of Florida residents online
Jeb Bush, a rumored 2016 Republican presidential candidate, just decided to publish hundreds of thousands of emails sent to him during his time as governor of Florida. On its face it seems like a great idea in the name of transparency, but there’s one huge problem: neither Bush nor those who facilitated the publication of the records, including the state government, decided to redact potentially sensitive personal information from them.
“In the spirit of transparency, I am posting the emails of my governorship here,” a note on Bush’s website says. “Some are funny; some are serious; some I wrote in frustration.” Some also contain the email addresses, home addresses, phone numbers, and social security numbers of Florida residents.
The Verge did not receive a response from Mr. Bush or his Political Action Committees office at the time of publication.
George W Bush’s Private Email Account and Server
Hillary Clinton wasn’t the only one busted for using a private email account and a domain and server not owned and used by the federal government. George W Bush is also guilty of such an act. George W Bush was caught using the domain gwb43 (short for George W Bush, 43rd President), which was owned and hosted on an email server ran by the Republican National Committee. It is alleged that as many as 22 million emails may have been deleted.
It was stated that the officials used these private emails to prevent violation of the Hatch Act. The Hatch Act prevents the use of government resource for political reasons. The Administration and RNC stated that the private emails on the RNC servers were political in nature, and might of bhttp://thepersonalblog.com/george-bush-sending-government-emails-over-private-server/een noncompliant with the Hatch Act if they were sent using official .gov email handles.