Hillary Clinton Addresses Email Scandal in New Sit-Down Interview

ABC News' Devin Dwyer and Matthew Dowd track the latest news from the 2016 presidential campaign trail.
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Rob, we'll check back with you in a little bit. More people can now start taking a closer look at the candidates and the race for president. Your voice, your vote, 2016 and democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton who remains in entangled in an e-mail controversy sat down for her first one-on-one interview before she heads to Puerto Rico. Devin Dwyer has details. Good morning, Devin. Reporter: Hey, good morning, Paula. A fascinating interview with Hillary Clinton who says she doesn't feel good about those growing public views of her as dishonest and untrustworthy and now she's on a mission to change people's minds. Under a cloud of controversy overnight Hillary Clinton took her campaign to paradise. Puerto Rico. Reporter: An island summit on health care with no mention of her e-mail. Clinton trying to turn the page as summer comes to a close. I feel that I have questions to answer, which I intend to do at every turn. Reporter: Clinton offers no apologies for like so many other Americans we are out on the road this morning alone. We have already seen lots of other people heading out for their vacations trying to beat the big rush. This morning, 35.5raveling to celebrate the end of summer. Just arrive early and try to have some patience. Reporr: Atenalysts predicting over 2.6 million people will be taking to the skies. Ny pmaeople will be on the rails where ridser will face increased security. And most of all, the roads. Here at the Maryland highway operatns cioteren cameras are monitoring the brutal tr holiday weekend. Millions of cars clogging the highway, family road trips fueled by lower gas prices. The national algevera now $2.41 a gallon. More than a dollar cheaper than this Mr. Donald J. Trump. Reporter: But they're not laughing about trump who signed this pledge swearing his alege to the republican party. Then number theed -- Are you familiar with general soleimani? Yes, go ahead. Give me a little -- He runs the quds forces. Yes, okay. Right. Now, trump dismissed it all as gotcha questions but his rivals see an opening on foreign policy where he is less experienced and that is likely to be front and center in the next debate. Yes, it is. Devin, thank you. For much more let's bring in Matthew dowd. Matt, talking about trump in a second. Does this semi apology stand any chance of putting this to rest. I don't think so. This is only going to continue because as you know that they're going to keep releasing e-mail records. Every month there will be a new batch and then she has to testify before the committee in okay. I think this is going to stay for quite a long while. All the wail Joe Biden waiting in the wings contemplating getting in. Waiting to see how vulnerable she is. Let me ask you about Donald Trump. Speaking of July nernlt, he has been testify none don. Does this gaffe on foreign policy depth his reputation in any way. I think among his voters right now in the short term, no, not at all. I think the fear for him is that this happens two or thee or four more times. I think because part of the story on Donald Trump is that he's all style, no substance. And if this happens multiple times, then I think it's a problem. This one time, it's not going to hurt him in the short term. Tell us about that poll you just mentioned to Paula and I. A new poll in the republican primary, Donald Trump is first, Ben Carson is second and Jeb bush in his home state when he was supposed to be the leading candidate nationally is third in his home state. A lot about this race right now. Matt dowd, thank you very much. Paula.

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