I usually try to avoid getting too political around these parts, but this one I just can't resist.
Turns out, then-Indiana governor Mike Pence was a big fan of using his personal AOL email account for state business.
That can't be right, can it? After all, that party sure made a big fuss about another party's presidential candidate using personal email for business purposes.
Indeed, the Indy Star and USA Today report that "Pence fiercely criticized Clinton throughout the 2016 presidential campaign, accusing her of trying to keep her emails out of public reach and exposing classified information to potential hackers."
Yet, "[While] Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb's office released more than 30 pages from Pence's AOL account, ... [the office] declined to release an unspecified number of emails because the state considers them confidential and too sensitive to release to the public."
Strange how politicians attack rivals over things they themselves engage in, isn't it?