In an interview with ABC’s David Muir on Tuesday, Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton finally came forward by saying “sorry” for using a private email account to handle government documents and communications. Clinton maintains that she was allowed to use her private account at the time, but that she should have used two separate listings to keep her personal correspondence separate from her work-related memos and that she made a mistake. Clinton also admits she could have done a better job of answering the public’s concerns about the matter when the issue first arose. So far, Clinton has turned in 55,000 pages of emails with her private email server and a thumb drive to the Justice Department. This is the most forthcoming Clinton has been in apologizing for the issue. Read more at ABC News.
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