Hillary Clinton Agrees to Turn Over Private Email Server

ABC News' Jon Karl reports the latest news from the 2016 presidential campaign trail.
2:31 | 08/12/15

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We'll start with the trouble with Hillary Clinton. The investigation into those private e-mails heating up. The hopeful agreeing to hand over that private e-mail server to the justice department now. Let's get right to Jon Karl joining us now from Martha's vineyard. Reporter: Good morning, David. For months Hillary Clinton has resisted republicans' efforts to turn over that e-mail server she used as secretary of state. Now in a surprising development, she's doing just that. Hillary Clinton is now agreed to turn over the justice department the private e-mail server she used as secretary of state. A move is the sign that the investigation into the handling of classified information has moved, potentially more serious phase. Sources tell ABC news, at least two of the e-mails sent by Ms. Clinton classified as top secret. Gop front-runner Donald Trump accused of Mrs. Clinton of breaking the law with her use of private e-mail. Did she commit a crime? Yes. Will they prosecute her? Perhaps no. Reporter: Trump's momentum shows no signs of waning. Trump packed the house in Michigan. Ladies and gentlemen, president of the United States, Donald J. Trump! Reporter: Trump remains as confident and defiant as ever. Leading in Iowa, lee leading in New Hampshire. Reporter: The Donald is still riding high in the polls, predicting he would win over every key demographic category. We'll do well with the hispanic vote, women vote. Reporter: But fivethierteight guru Nate silver declares that trump will not win the nomination. Noting that nearly 60% of Americans still have an unfavorable opinion of him as for Jeb bush last night, he hit back at Hillary Clinton on foreign policy, saying Mrs. Clinton shares the blame for the rise of Isis in Iraq, accusing her of abandoning the country while she was secretary of state. But David, noticeably absent in that speech, no mention of former president George W. Bush. Jon Karl live with us this morning. Now to that surprising case of homegrown terror. A young Mississippi couple,

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