‘The Server Will Remain Private’: Hillary Won’t Allow Oversight Of Emails [VIDEO]

Alex Griswold Media Reporter
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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton declared at a press conference Tuesday that the private server hosting her email during her tenure will remain private, and the public would only see the emails that were already given to the State Department. (RELATED: Hacker: Hillary Clinton Created MULTIPLE Private Email Accounts)

“We were asking that any email be identified and preserved that could potentially be federal records,” Clinton said. “And that’s exactly what we did. And we went, as I said, beyond that, and the process produced over 30,000 work emails, and I think that we have more than met the request from the State Department.”

She made it clear that the emails she gave the State Department were the only ones that would ever see the light of day. “The server contains personal communications from my husband and me,” Clinton said firmly. “And I believe I have met all of my responsibilities, and the server will remain private. And I think that the State Department will be able over time to release all the records that were provided.”

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