Hillary Clinton says her only regret about using a private email server while secretary of state is because she has to talk about it while she is campaigning for president.
Appearing on ABC’s “This Week” with George Stephanopoulos on Sunday, Clinton said she would rather be talking about health care, jobs and wages, rather than defending her actions that lead to top secret information being in her emails. (RELATED: Hillary Defiant About Emails: ‘Nothing That I Did Was Wrong’ [VIDEO])
George Stephanopoulos: Finally on this matter, you know, a few months back, you told my colleague, David Muir it was a mistake to set up this private server. Yet just this Monday, you said there was no error in judgment. How do you square those two statements? (RELATED: Former Sec Def Robert Gates: ‘Odds Are Pretty High’ Russia, China, And Iran Accessed Hillary’s Server [VIDEO])
Hillary Clinton: Well, look, as I’ve said many times, it was permitted. My predecessors had engaged in a similar practice. It was not the best choice. I wouldn’t be here talking to you about it. I’d be talking about what people in Iowa are talking to me about, about affordable health care and jobs and rising wages and all of the concerns that are on their minds. And be, you know, really able to answer their questions as I have been now for so many months. (RELATED: Reports: Some Of Hillary Clinton’s Emails Are ‘Too Damaging’ To National Security To Release)