October 19, 2015—November 13, 2015: An invoice shows the company managing Clinton’s server has billed Clinton for legal and PR expenses, but Clinton allegedly never gets the invoice.

A snippet from the invoice published by Complete Colorado on October 19, 2015. (Credit: Todd Shepherd / Complete Colorado) (Used with express permission from CompleteColorado.com. Do not duplicate or republish.)

On October 19, 2015, Complete Colorado reports that Platte River Networks (PRN), the company managing Clinton’s private server, drafted an invoice to Clinton’s representatives, asking to be reimbursed for legal and public relations (PR) expenses relating to the Clinton email controversy.

The invoice totals at least $44,000, but it may be incomplete. The expenses were incurred from late July 2015 to mid-September 2015. The only PRN employee mentioned by name in the invoice is Paul Combetta. In September 2016, it will be revealed that he was one of two PRN employees handling Clinton’s server, and he deleted all of Clinton’s emails from the server. (Complete Colorado, 10/19/2015)

However, on November 13, 2015, Politico will report that the Clinton campaign says Clinton is not paying PRN’s legal and PR bills, and Clinton never received the invoice. (Politico, 11/13/2015)

October 19, 2015: A Congressperson says a President Clinton could be quickly impeached due to her email scandal.

Representative Mo Brooks (Credit: Public Domain)

Representative Mo Brooks (Credit: Public Domain)

Representative Mo Brooks (R) says that his concern with Clinton’s use of a private email server is “how many lives she put at risk by violating all rules of law that are designed to protect America’s top secret and classified information from falling into the hands of our geopolitical foes who then might use that information to result in the deaths of Americans. […] [S]he will be a unique president if she is elected by the public next November [2016], because the day she’s sworn in is the day that she’s subject to impeachment because she has committed high crimes and misdemeanors.” (The Huffington Post, 10/19/2015)

A few days later, Clinton reacts to the impeachment threat: “It’s just laughable! It’s so totally ridiculous. […] It perhaps is good politics with… the most intense, extreme part of [the Republican] base.” (Politico, 10/23/2015)