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Hillary Clinton on Friday rejected the F.B.I.’s assertion that she had been “extremely careless” with classified material as secretary of state, offering her first public comments on the matter since the Justice Department closed its inquiry without bringing charges against her this week.
In interviews on CNN and MSNBC, Mrs. Clinton tried to put the controversy surrounding her use of a private email server to rest, brushing off a rebuke from James Comey, the F.B.I. director, who had criticized her for being negligent.
Although Mr. Comey, in a congressional hearing on Thursday, pointed out several contradictions between what Mrs. Clinton had said publicly about her email use and what she said in sworn testimony, Mrs. Clinton insisted Friday that she did not intentionally send or receive any classified information through her private account. She also appeared to be spreading the responsibility to her State Department staff.
originally posted by: IAMTAT
a reply to: xuenchen
LOL...She ought to quit while she is ahead. Lies tend to catch up with her fairly regularly.
EDT: Wondered how soon it would be before she'd start blaming her underlings.
originally posted by: tinner07
Throw a thread out about George Bush lies..
No it was not carelessness, rather a calculated and cunning situation to satisfy her obsessive greed for power and money.