"I'm not worried about it," Brown said. “I think that there won’t be an indictment, and I think that means she did what many secretaries of state have done in the past,” he added, referring to Clinton's use of a nongovernment email address, although she is the only secretary of state to have built and used a personal email server functioning out of her home.
“That’s a contrast we need to make,” he said.
“I wish it hadn’t happened,” Brown said of the meeting.
The Ohio senator also threaded a needle between Clinton’s advocating for the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal while serving in the Obama administration and her opposition to the trade pact now, saying part of her job was to publicly promote the president’s policies.
“When she was secretary of state, her boss was advocating a trade policy," he said. "It was her boss.”
Brown refused to say whether he’s been contacted by the Clinton campaign about being vetted as a possible vice presidential candidate.
“I’m simply not going to speculate on that. I love the job that I get to do,” he said.
When pressed by Raddatz, he continued, “You’ve heard my answer, that’s what you’re going to get.”