Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said Friday that using a private email while she was secretary of state “wasn’t the best choice.”
Clinton, in an interview on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” did admit that “it would have been better if I had had two separate accounts to begin with.” (RELATED: Democrat Who Wants To Disband Benghazi Committee Has Attended Just 1 Of 45 Interviews)
Andrea Mitchell: First of all, are you sorry? Do you want to apologize to the American people for the choice you made?
Hillary Clinton: Well, it wasn’t the best choice. And I certainly have said that. I will continue to say that as I’ve also said many times it was allowed and it was fully above board. The people in the government knew that I was using a personal account. But it would have been better if I had had two separate accounts to begin with, and certainly I’m doing all I can now to try to be as transparent about what I did have on my work-related emails, and I think, you know, they will be coming out. I wish it were faster. It’s a little frustrating that it’s taking a while, but there’s a process that has to be followed.