Andrea Mitchell criticized Hillary Clinton for conducting “national security communications” on a private email server, insisting it was “a self-inflicted wound” on Wednesday’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports.”
Mitchell suggested Clinton’s “communications, whether classified or not … could be hacked … and she’s made herself vulnerable to these attacks.”
In an interview with staunch Clinton supporter Claire McCaskill, Mitchell, another Clinton supporter remained adamant that Clinton put U.S. national security at risk, despite the fact McCaskill tried to downplay Clinton’s use of a private email server.
Andrea Mitchell: Senator [McCaskill], with all due respect, isn’t this a self-inflicted wound? It was a mistake. She acknowledges that. She should have had a government and a private system. She was doing national security communications, whether classified or not, at the time on a private system that could be hacked with a server in her basement. And she’s made herself vulnerable to these attacks.