Hillary Clinton insisted questions about her email server are “just beyond the pale” during an interview on NBC’s “Today” Monday.
Clinton claimed that it was also not a public service to investigate her private email server suggesting, “My emails were on the government account, more than 90% of them… and I’m happy to go if it still is in operation to testify [to the Benghazi Subcommittee]. I’m happy to turn over my emails.”
Savannah Guthrie: You’ve mentioned there have been seven or eight Benghazi committees. This is the first to actually discover and find your emails. Was that a public service?
Hillary Clinton: No. No. I mean, before this whole thing, you know, was a big controversy, you know, the State Department was looking for information. My emails were on the government account, more than 90% of them. The State Department was pulling them out. They had been handed over. You know, look, I’ve been around this political situation for a long time, but some things are just beyond the pale, and I’m happy to go if it still is in operation to testify. I’m happy to turn over my emails. I’ve gone further than anybody ever has. That’s okay. I’m willing to do that, but the real issue here is what happened to four brave Americans.