No explanation is going to work at this point, Hillary.
Hillary Rodham Clinton will hold a news conference Tuesday to address the furor over her exclusive use of a private email account while she was secretary of state, sources confirmed to MSNBC.
The timing was not immediately clear. Clinton is scheduled to speak Tuesday at a United Nations conference on women.
Hillary Clinton acknowledged Tuesday that it “would have been better” to use a government email address along with the personal one she used while secretary of state at her first press conference since the controversy erupted earlier this month.
But the likely 2016 presidential frontrunner insisted she did not violate any federal regulation and never risked exposing sensitive information by using her personal email server.
Clinton said she used a private account so that she could carry just one device rather than both a personal and government-issued phone. She said her email use fully complied with State Department regulations and she has since taken “unprecedented” steps to turn over her work emails to the State Department for review.
She also said she never emailed classified material.
“I trust the American people to make their decisions about political and public matters and I feel that I’ve taken unprecedented steps to provide these work-related emails,” Clinton said.
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