Clinton compares email attacks to White House controversies

The State Department has already said, “We don’t want these, these are personal, these aren’t work related”. “It was a mistake back when I did it. And I’m trying to do the best I can to answer all of the questions that people have”, she said.


“No, I’m not going there”, Clinton responded.

Hillary Clinton, now the Democratic forerunner, recently visited the area in July, when she spoke at a Grosse Pointe fundraising event.

He also trenchant accuse with the news, which actually the previous director indicated has a ability for selecting a entrant for. Do you remember how you thanked me, sayingwe want to thank you for everything that you do for Bill”. But her poll and favorability numbers have dropped since news broke in March that she used a private server and email accounts for official business while serving as secretary of state.

He added: “She went out and did her interviews, said she was sorry that her personal email caused all this confusion”. Now that it’s taken custody of Hillary’s old server, the bureau has managed to recover at least some of the messages she deleted before sharing what she believed State was entitled to.

“I’m not by any means a technical expert”.

“I was not directly involved with that, but everything she did was approved, under the rules, as they existed, by the State Department“, Clinton told NBC’s Andrea Mitchell just this month. “If I had to do it all over again, I would have used a separate email account“.

Earlier this week, newly discovered email correspondence between Clinton and retired Gen. David Petraeus when he headed the military’s U.S. Central Command, raised fresh questions about whether she truly provided to the government a full record of her work-related correspondence as secretary of state.

The Democratic presidential frontrunner told moderator Chuck Todd that she’s been as “transparent as possible” about the emails, but admitted constant questions on the issue have made it hard to move forward. You repeated your statement, but this time with a coldness and look that I have seen many times on television in the last eight years.

Asked about the hit in polls, Clinton said “what I have tried to do in explaining this is provide more transparency and more information than anybody I’m aware of who has ever served in government”. “That’s the sort of new leadership that people are looking for”, O’Malley said. “I did it for convenience, and it turned out not to be that at all”.


Clinton called Todd’s theory “totally ridiculous” and that it “never crossed my mind”. He mentioned that critics have said she changes positions out of “political expediency”.

Hillary Clinton's email exchanges with David Petraeus began before she entered office and continued into her first days at the State Department