WikiLeaks: Clinton Chairman Says Campaign Needs to “Clean Up” Server Issues

Thanks to WikiLeaks, questions are resurfacing about when the President knew about Hillary Clinton’s private server.

FOX’s Jon Decker reports from the White House:

The latest release of emails by WikiLeaks provides new questions about when the President knew that Hillary Clinton was using a private server for the email that she sent and received while serving as Secretary of State.

The President told CBS News in two interviews that he learned about the private server through news reports, like everyone else.

But an email sent from Clinton adviser Cheryl Mills to Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta says that the campaign needs to “clean this up.” Mills writes that the President has emails from her that do not say State.Gov, referring to Clinton’s official government email address.

At the White House, Jon Decker, FOX News.