The IT specialist who set up Hillary Clinton's controversial private email was paid with taxpayer dollars to help the former Secretary of State skirt the law.
And Bryan Pagliano is finding his own words could be coming back to bite him. 'Some things that look like good ideas…may actually have bad consequences,' he told an IT webinar last year.
Pagliano, 39, was taken on by the State Department when Clinton was appointed the nation's top diplomat in 2009. He had previously worked for her presidential campaign.
Now the married father of two, says he will plead the Fifth Amendment to prevent him testifying to Congress about his work at Clinton's home in Chappaqua, NY.
Wait, another Clinton lie? https://t.co/ngmK4QpyAB— Jonah Goldberg (@JonahNRO) September 5, 2015