In a long and detailed report, the State Department has accused Hillary Clinton of breaking record rules with her use of private e-mail while Secretary of State.
FOX's Rachel Sutherland reports from Washington:
The State Department's watchdog says Clinton did not comply with the department's policies on records, and did a poor job managing email and other computer information. The inspector general also faulted Clinton for declining to participate in the department audit, according to "Politco".
Alabama Republican Senator Jeff Sessions calls that troubling:
(Sessions) "If you're innocent and you don't have anything to hide, why don't you come forward and cooperate and help bring this to a prompt conclusion?"
The 78-page audit cites "longstanding, systemic weaknesses" by Secretaries of State related to communications, but singled out Clinton's failures as more serious.
Clinton has said she has not broken any rules.
In Washington, Rachel Sutherland, FOX News.