Now that Hillary Clinton has directed her presidential campaign to turn over her private computer server to the federal government, the political outcome of the former secretary of state's email scandal is a "no-win situation for her," Bloomberg Politics’ Mark Halperin said.
“If they recover the information from the emails, the 30,000 personal ones," Halperin said on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" Wednesday, it's "almost certainly the case that someone will find something on there that should have been turned over, and that would be a problem for her.”
But he added that if the 2016 Democratic frontrunner's emails are gone for good, "I think people will say, 'Wow. Why did Hillary Clinton go to such lengths to permanently delete these emails, and the question will linger forever — what was on there?' I don't think either of those is a good outcome for her."
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