Hillary Clinton again refused on Friday to describe what security measures were taken to protect the private email system she used as secretary of state. Instead, she offered a cagey response which highlights a notable shift in how she and her campaign are discussing the security of her home-brew system.

“What safeguards did you put in place to make sure that you weren’t hacked?” a reporter with the Boston Globe asked Clinton during an interview in Keene, N.H.

“Well, I can only tell you there is no evidence that I’m aware of that I ever was,” Clinton responded.


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