With all the furor about Hillary Clinton violating government policy to use her personal e-mail account instead of the official State Department system there is a simple solution to the problem. First, what is the problem?
All correspondence that Hillary sent or received while employed as Secretary of State belongs to the US Taxpayers. She knowingly kept her correspondence out of the system to keep it secret, and to keep control of the same. She claims she deleted everything from her computer system. The problem is she violated the policy and even some laws in keeping this information from her bosses, i.e. us.
Here is my recommendation:
Make a trade with Hillary. Give her a grand spanking new upgraded computer system with a server capacity one hundred times larger than the one she now uses as a replacement. Hire a third-party Information Technologist to set up the new system and to transfer all information from her old system to the new one. Then, have the FBI remove her old system and bring it home to their laboratory. She gets to keep all her e-mails, and we get to see what she did as SoSOTUS.
My guess is the FBI will be able to find the 30,000 e-mails she deleted. The cost of doing this is minimal. If she has no official business to hide, other than some clandestine messages she wouldn’t want Bill to know about, why would she insist on keeping her work content from the rest of us? Gosh darn, if I were running for president and people wanted to know what my accomplishments were as Secretary of State, I’d sure as heck want to publish every dang e-mail in every newspaper, every news program, and every blog I could.