By Ashe Schow. At a press conference on Tuesday, Hillary Clinton said the server that housed her emails while she was secretary of state (that was reportedly housed at her home in New York) was set up for President Bill Clinton. She also said that some of the “personal” emails she deleted were between her and her husband.
But just before Hillary began the press conference at the United Nations building, the Wall Street Journal reported that Bill Clinton does not use email.
“The former president, who does regularly use Twitter, has sent a grand total of two emails during his entire life, both as president, says Matt McKenna, his spokesman,” WSJ reported. “After leaving office, Mr. Clinton established his own domain that staff use — @presidentclinton.com. But Mr. Clinton still doesn’t use email himself, Mr. McKenna said.” (Read more from “Hillary Said She Emailed with Bill, but There’s One Problem” HERE)
Hillary: ‘Personal’ Emails Deleted, Server ‘Will Remain Private’
By Geoff Earle. Hillary Rodham Clinton revealed Tuesday that she deleted more than 30,000 “personal” e-mails from her tenure as secretary of state — and won’t allow access to the private computer server she used to send them.
“The server will remain private,” she declared — claiming the off-limits e-mails were about “yoga routines, family vacations” and other matters that had nothing to do with government.
Clinton broke her silence on the proliferating e-mail controversy at the United Nations Tuesday, after previously weighing in only with a late-night tweet.
Facing a throng of reporters in an event dubbed an unofficial kickoff for her presidential campaign, Clinton said she regretted her decision to use private e-mails for official business, which she described as all about personal “convenience” and not about secrecy control, as critics charge. (Read more from this story HERE)