Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton defended herself against using her personal e-mail for official business, and may have dug herself in a deeper hole.
Fox News Radio's Gurnal Scott & Jared Halpern has the story, from New York to Washington:
I'm Gurnal Scott, FOX News Radio, New York.
Hillary Clinton says her emails are on the level. Private server or not.
(Clinton)"And, I look forward to people being able to see that for themselves."
She answered questions on the controversy, following a speech at the United Nations. She says there are 55,000 pages that pose no security risks, but still questions about iPad security and a private home server leave many to question the validity of her claims.
Secretary Clinton's session with the media raised more questions than answers for House Benghazi Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy.
(Gowdy) "If it's a public record, you should have access to it. I should have access to it."
Following Clinton's Q&A, Gowdy says he's left with no choice but to call her at least twice to testify... once to explain her use of personal email for State Department business, and a second session to discuss the consulate attack... leading Democrats, like Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid describe the email controversy as little more than a hiccup.
In Washington, Jared Halpern, FOX News Radio.
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