Transcript for Hillary Clinton Violated Email Policy, State Dept. Says
Now to that new report about Hillary Clinton's e-mails. The inspector general attack her use of a private e-mail server while she was secretary of state and this morning Clinton is responding. ABC's Cecilia Vega has the latest. She's with the Clinton campaign there in California. Good morning, Cecilia. Reporter: Robin, good morning to you. This certainly does not come at a good time for Hillary Clinton as she struggles with those trust and favorability Numbers trying to lock up this primary fight here in California and head into a general election. The report, 83 pages slamming Hillary Clinton for breaking state department e-mail rules. Overnight her first response to the report telling univision her e-mails won't be an issue It's the same story and it's not an issue that is going to affect either the campaign or my 3rez si. Reporter: Despite her confidence investigators say the former secretary of state never requested or obtained permission to conduct government business on her private server. Even though they say she had an obligation to do so. And this, Clinton has repeatedly promised to cooperate with the FBI investigation into those e-mails. I made it clear I'm more than ready to talk to anybody any time. I'm happy to answer any questions that anybody might have. Any time you want to talk to me, here I am. Reporter: But according to the inspector general Clinton and her close aide huma abedin refused to talk to state department investigators and another revelation, Clinton has said her private server was never hacked, but the report claims there was an attempted hack citing multiple staffers who sounded alarms, one trucking the team not to e-mail Clinton anything sensitive. And about those 55,000 pages of e-mails Clinton handed over to investigators, that was apparently incomplete. The report says she failed to include e-mails from her first few months on the job. This morning the Clinton campaign pointing to other findings that show another secretary of state used a private e-mail account too. The Clinton spokesman tweeting her personal e-mail use was not unique at state department and Clinton's likely republican opponent wasted no time going after her. She's as crooked as they come. The inspector general's report, not good. Reporter: Yeah, this new report is certainly giving her critics fresh ammunition. Now while Clinton would not cooperate with the state department investigation she says she is cooperating with the FBI investigation into these e-mails, George. Campaign officials tell me no date for that interview has been set yet. Okay, Cecilia, thanks very much.
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