"It's the law now, the Supreme Court's final. It may not be right, but it's final," Lewis said. "We have to do the job we took an oath to do. We may not always like it but we have to do it. I respect their position, their religious position on it. But it doesn't appear they'll be able to win, I don't see how they could."
"Given the fact that every two years the Chinese or the Russians succeed in getting into the State server it's not clear it [Mrs. Clinton's server] made that much difference," said James Lewis, director and senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and a former State Department employee.