Hillary Clinton said in a Sunday interview with Iowa’s WHO that if she is elected president, her staff will not be allowed to use a private email for official government use.
“We have another weekend here where people are seeing these fresh stories about the emails,” WHO’s David Price said, alluding to the 22 emails recently ruled “top secret” by the State Department. “…When you’re president, will you allow anyone to do what you did?”
“Well, it was allowed then, but I think the rules should change because of all of the confusion and the questions,” she responded.
“The facts have remained the same. I took classification very seriously. There is absolutely no evidence that I ever sent or received any email marked classified, that has not changed” Clinton concluded.
Watch above, via WHO.
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