Trump accuses former Clinton aide of failing to follow security protocols Jan 03, 2018 0 108 12345 NYTWASHINGTONPresident Donald Trump made his first"Crooked Hillary" Twitter post less than 48 hours into the new year Tuesday, accusing a former Clinton aide of"disregarding basic security protocols," and calling his own Justice Department a"deep state." "Crooked Hillary Clinton's top aid, Huma Abedin, has been accused of disregarding basic security protocols," he wrote. "She put Classified Passwords into the hands of foreign agents. Remember sailors pictures on submarine? Jail! Deep State Justice Dept must finally act? Also on Comey & others", attacking his former Democratic opponent from the 2016 presidential election and taking aim at his own Justice Department struck familiar tones for the new year. Last year, Trump also criticised the Justice Department and Attorney General Jeff Sessions for not pursing investigations of his political opponents. Tuesday morning's Twitter post followed an article in The Daily Caller, a conservative publication that Trump closely monitors. The article said Abedin forwarded some government passwords to her private Yahoo email account in 2009, when Clinton was secretary of state. Yahoo was hacked in 2013, which affected all 3 billion of its accounts. After the breach, the data was offered for sale by a hacking collective based in Eastern Europe. Trump also implored his administration to investigate Abedin. On Friday, the State Department released about 3,000 of Abedin's work-related emails. The emails were found on the laptop of Abedin's now estranged husband, Anthony Weiner, and were released as part of a public records request. The emails found on Weiner's computer are a sore spot for Clinton. Pages 12 POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES Deep Arctic freeze keeps its grip on US Northeast Jan 03, 2018 0 413 Hollywood stars back #TimesUp war on harassment as donations roll in Jan 03, 2018 0 370 Transgenders can now sign up for US military Jan 03, 2018 0 335 Woman replaces US star news anchor shamed by sexual harassment charges AFP Washington The US television channel NBC said Tuesday it had appointed a female anchor to replace shamed star Matt Lauer, who was accused of sexual misconduct, on its signature morning show"Today." The broadcaster .. New Bronx fire injures 16, 9 of them children AFP New York A fire destroyed a building and injured 16 people in the Bronx on Tuesday, just days after the worst fire in New York City in 25 years killed 12 people. "Our units arrived and were immediately faced with heavy .. Deep Arctic freeze keeps its grip on US Northeast REUTERS NEW YORK A record-shattering arctic freeze kept its grip on the U.S. Northeast on Tuesday, closing schools and affecting travel on the first business day of 2018, and forecasters warned the region could be ..