Hillary Clinton is as defiant as they come.
During an interview with MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell this morning, Clinton twice refused to apologize for jeopardizing the nation’s security by using a secret email server while serving as Secretary of State.
After being brushed off the first time, Mitchell asked for a second time, if Clinton would like to apologize to the American people.
“Well, it wasn’t the best choice,” Clinton said. “And I certainly have said that, and I will continue to say that. As I’ve also said many times, it was allowed.
“At the end of the day, I am sorry that this has been confusing to people and has raised a lot of questions, but there are answers to all these questions. And I take responsibility, and it wasn’t the best choice.”
In other words, the American people should not be expecting a real apology from the former first lady anytime soon.
Moving right along, Mitchell got into the weeds and asked Clinton about “her defensive mode” while her campaign tried to keep investigators from searching Clinton’s emails.
Clinton used Mitchell’s question to reiterate that she has been particularly careful when it comes to “classified information.”
“I did not send or receive any material marked classified,” Clinton told Mitchell.
It’s no wonder why Clinton’s numbers regarding her trustworthiness are in the tank nationwide.
Clinton’s statement flies in the face of numerous contrary reports. BPR reported last month that up to 60 emails had been identified as containing classified data. Reuters also reported “Dozens of Clinton emails were classified from the start.”
And she wants to be president?
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