The timing sure looks suspicious: Did Clinton have access to the information obtained from Obama's passport file
the Hillary campaign — specifically Lee Feinstein, the campaign's national security director, asked a question:
As voters evaluate you as a potential Commander-in-Chief, do you think it's legitimate for people to be concerned that you have traveled to only one NATO country, on a brief stopover trip in 2005, and have never traveled to Latin America?
. . . . The question came from the Hillary camp on March 12; two of the breaches were before that date.
However, the Washington Times reports:
Mr. McCormack said the officials did not appear to be seeking information on behalf of any political candidate or party.
UPDATE: Well, to bad that this information wasn't all released at the same time.
All three major presidential candidates have had their passport files breached, the State Department confirmed Friday.
Hillary Clinton and John McCain were informed that their files were improperly accessed not long after Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice apologized to Barack Obama for a similar violation. . . .