Former Sec. Hillary Clinton said Sunday she had not yet been contacted by the FBI in the inquiry surrounding the use of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state in an interview with NBC’s Chuck Todd on “Meet the Press.”
Reports indicated that Clinton and her top aides could soon be interviewed by the FBI, but she quickly shot that down. She also pointed out that back in August she “made clear” she was “happy” to answer any questions.
The Democratic front-runner reiterated that her decision to use a personal email as a government official was “a mistake” but challenged anyone else in public office to release his or her emails.
“I’m the one who’s done it, and I did it because I thought it was the right thing to do,” she said.
On Sunday, Clinton said she’s “confident” she’ll debate Bernie Sanders before the New York primary on April 19, but would not commit to a specific date.
The Clinton and Sanders campaigns have been feuding over potential times in recent weeks, showcasing the latest scuffle in an increasingly heated primary fight. Clinton said she was “confident that there will be” another Democratic debate but made clear that she was “not the one negotiating” the terms.