@Doug S... Re: I wonder what the Trump apologists' excuse will be this time?
You really need to understand the facts and the law before you spout some nonsense.
What Clinton did was to use a personal secret server instead of conducting her business on a .gov email account. This was done with the intent of violating the FOIA.
To make matters worse, she and her staff routinely sent classified material to and from said server. That in itself is a felony violation of the Espionage Act. There's more but lets save that for another story...
The point is that using a personal email account for business, but not for sending or receiving classified material, is in fact legal and permissible under the "Official Records Act" which Bill Clinton expanded to include e-mail while he was POTUS.
The catch is that the person has to send the emails to be archived within I think either 60 or 90 days post transmission. (So if you need to contact someone and you can't connect to the .gov servers, you can still do so within the law as long as those communications are submitted to be archived. )
Clinton? It wasn't until Gucifer outed her by posting emails from her secret server to her best bud Syd. B.
That was 2 years after she left office.
Do you now understand the law?
BTW, Hillary Clinton as SoS fired the Ambassador to Kenya for using his personal email account for doing business, as well as sent out memos warning all of her staff (State Dept employees) not to use personal email for official business. Do you see the irony here?