Transcript for Jeb Bush Visits Iowa Amid Hillary Clinton Email Scandal
Let's move to politics. Lots of moves the next race for president with Hillary Clinton taking more heat over her e-mails. And Jeb bush making first stops. John tracking it all. Good morning. Good morning. Hillary Clinton facing criticism from some of her allies. Perhaps she has handled that e-mail controversy while one o'her rivals on the republican side appears to be hitting his stride. Jeb bush looked the part as he courted voters over the weekend in a place called the pizza ranch in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. I want our party to win. Hillary Clinton is finding that ignoring the controversy over her e-mails is not going to make it go away. Was even front and center on "Saturday night live". What did you think my e-mails said? Hi, it's Hillary. I really screwed on on benghazi today. Please. There will be no mistakes in my rise to the top. If I decide to run. Who knows. Mrs. Clinton has said nothing to explain why she took the highly unusual step of completely bypassing government e-mail while she was secretary of state. Instead, running everything through a private server in her home. President Obama told CBS he didn't know about the e-mail arrangement until the story broke last week. The policy of my administration is to encourage Tran parncy. Clinton was hammered on the Sunday morning talk shows. I don't think she's going to be president. Did she comply with the public integrity requirement. No, she didn't. Even Clinton supporters like Dianne Feinstein say she has explaining to do. She needs to step up and come out and stay exactly what the situation is. The silence is going to hurt her. A source close to Mrs. Clinton tells me she may remain silent until after she announces her run for president possibly early next month, George. Bill Clinton was asked about this and he does have an opinion but he wouldn't give it saying, quote, I shouldn't be making news on this. Thanks very much. Meanwhile in the interview you showed president Obama also pushing this possible nuclear agreement with Iran over the weekend. And just now we're learning of a pretty remarkable letter from 47 republican senators to the Iranian leaders saying even if the president reaches an agreement, don't believe we're going to stand by it. This is an extraordinary letter offering them a civics lesson in how the United States government works. It reads anything not approved by congress is an executive document. The next president could revoke an executive agreement with the stroke of a pen. So that is from the republicans to the Iranian leadership. Thanks very much. Now to the latest on the fatal shooting of an unarmed
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