Hillary: Americans are ‘Confused’ by Email Controversy

The Blaze reports Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton attended the Iowa State Fair escorted by former Iowa Sen. Tom Harkin in Des Moines, Iowa. She gave the same explanation as always:

“I did what other secretaries of state have done,” Clinton said. “I was permitted to and used a personal email and, obviously in retrospect, given all the concerns that have been raised, it would have been probably smarter not to. But I never sent nor received any classified email, nothing marked ‘classified.’”

The inspector general for the intelligence community currently deemed 305 emails so far are now classified as “top secret.” Clinton’s campaign has said nothing was classified at the time it was sent.

The Washington Post challenged the Clinton defense, referring to predecessors Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice as having had very limited email use.

“I think this will all sort itself out and in a way, it’s kind of a interesting insight into how the government operates,” Clinton said. “Because if I had not asked for my emails all to be made public, none of this would have been in the public arena. But I want people to know what we did, I’m proud of the four years I was secretary of state. So I know this is all just going to work itself out as we go forward.”

Read the entire story here.

Hillary is as confused as she believes America is.



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