The Denver-based IT firm hired to manage Hillary Clinton's email servers is under siege from the federal government and Clinton's angry supporters.
Platte River Vice President David DeCamillis told the Washington Post his firm would "never have taken it on" when Clinton called them about managing her private home server.
DeCamillis said the firm received death threats in the past week.
“We’re normal people. We’re not used to this,” DeCamillis said, referring to the many death threats and "phone calls from screaming strangers" that his company received.
“No one knew,” he added. “It was an email server, that simple.”
Platte River does not hold a government contract nor is the firm cleared to access classified White House information.
The FBI flagged 300 sensitive classified documents among the 30,000 emails Clinton voluntarily turned over to the feds. That number does not include the 31,000 emails Clinton hastily erased from her hard drive.
The FBI is investigating whether Clinton's home server is the source of sensitive leaks that led to several widely publicized hackings by the Russian and Chinese governments.
Platte River's attorney said the server was "blank" when it was turned over to federal agents.
Clinton laughed off questions from reporters at a campaign stop in Nevada on Tuesday. When a reporter asked Clinton if the server had been wiped clean, she responded, "What — like with a cloth or something?"
Clinton is set to testify before Republicans in Congress on October 22nd.
Meanwhile, her poll numbers are tumbling and political analysts say it is unlikely she will win the Democratic nomination for president.
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