(AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
(AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

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.

(AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
(AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

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.

For ADDITIONAL reporting on this story: 

Hillary Clinton Speaks On Email Controversy

Hillary Clinton Asks To Make Her Emails Public  

Hillary Clinton's State Department Email Habits Under Fire

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