Hillary Clinton continued to insist she never sent nor received classified information on her private email server at the State Department after her long-awaited FBI interview on Saturday.
Clinton met with the FBI for three-and-a-half hours at the agency’s headquarters to face questioning over her private email server as secretary of state. The scandal has hung over her campaign for more than a year, furthering public notions Clinton is not trustworthy and plays by her own set of rules.
She told MSNBC’s Chuck Todd she was eager to take the meeting and bring the “review” to a conclusion, although this is a criminal investigation.
Todd asked her why she believed she had not violated the law regarding unauthorized removal or retention of classified materials. The Washington Free Beacon reported last year that Clinton signed a non-disclosure agreement laying out criminal penalties for such violations.