Two dozen House Republicans released an indictment of Hillary Clinton's time in the State Department in the form of a resolution that says she failed to properly protect sensitive and classified information when she led the agency.
"[T]he House of Representatives finds that, as the United States secretary of state, Hillary Rodham Clinton failed to meet minimum standards of care with respect to the handling of classified and sensitive material," according to the resolution offered by Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.
Republicans have argued for months that Clinton failed to safeguard information properly by setting up a personal email server when she was in the Obama administration.
But the resolution might be the only way left to make their point. The FBI has said it wouldn't bring criminal charges against Clinton or members of her team, even though it said Clinton was "extremely careless" in handling sensitive or classified information.
"Hillary Rodham Clinton violated, ignored and otherwise chose not to follow legal and ethical obligations and responsibilities expected of the head of the federal agency of the United States government" while she was at the State Department, the resolution said.
It said Clinton was able to "circumvent the automatic archiving of her emails," and said her system was vulnerable to hacking.
"[T]he FBI assessed that hostile actors gained access to the private commercial email accounts of people with whom Secretary Clinton was in regular contact from her personal account, due to her choosing to correspond from an unsecure personal server," it said.
Read Issa's resolution here: