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Holes and potential contradictions were emerging Wednesday in Hillary Clinton’s public claims about her personal email and server use — including over her motivations for using the “clintonemail.com” account in the first place, and for refusing to allow access to her server now.
A key question is why she declared Tuesday that “the server will remain private.”
In her press conference in New York, the former secretary of state said the server “contains personal communications from my husband and me.”
But a Wall Street Journal report, quoting former President Bill Clinton’s office, said the former president doesn’t use email himself — other than having sent a total of two emails during his time in the White House.
Neither of those emails was to his wife.