Transcript for Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton Fight Controversy on Campaign Trail
Turning now to 2016 and the race for the white house where democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton speaking in Florida continued to size up an e-mail. Republicans too, they were out in Iowa on the campaign trail pressing their case and ABC's David Wright is on the beat in Cedar Rapids. ? Reporter: In Miami, bill Clinton preached the gospel of transparency defending big money donations from foreign governments. So my theory about all this is, disclose everything. Reporter: But Hillary Clinton made no mention of the controversy over her use of a private e-mail account for official business. Chelsea and I did a little talk on snapchat. Reporter: But while Mrs. Clinton shied away from the controversy late night TV jumped on the opportunity. You want to check my netflix, go ahead. Nothing to hide. Every day I watch "House of cards" from start to finish. Reporter: Transparency is at the heart of the e-mail controversy. President Obama told CBS news it was news to him that the blackberry she carried everywhere as secretary of state did not have a government e-mail address. The policy of my administration is to encourage transparency and that's why my e-mail, the blackberry that I carry around all those records are available and are archived. Hey, excited to be in Iowa? I am. Reporter: Here in Iowa Jeb bush has his own baggage to deal with. A lot know me as George's bush or Barbara's Bowe or w.'s brother all of which I'm proud of. Reporter: But eager to make the case he's his own man. I want to win. I want our party to win. I want conservatives to win. Reporter: You sold? Not quite sold yet. Reporter: This was bush's first campaign trip to Iowa. It's been here, of course, before campaigning for his father and for his brother but this was his first as a candidate. The voters that we spoke with were inclined to give him a hearing but some told us the bush name could be a liability. Dan.
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