The former Secretary of State met with the FBI on Saturday morning and "gave a voluntary interview" that was "about her email arrangements," according to a statement from her spokesman Nick Merrill.
An aide to Clinton said the interview lasted about three and a half hours at the FBI headquarters in Washington D.C.
Clinton called into "Meet the Press" a few hours later and said that the interview was civil and business-like.
"It was something I had offered to do since last August. I have been eager to do it," she told "Meet the Press." "I was pleased to have the opportunity to assist the department in bringing its review to a conclusion."
Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus released a statement slamming "her reckless conduct" and pointing to the interview as "the first major party presidential candidate to be interviewed by the FBI as part of a criminal investigation."
The controversial interview didn't keep the Clintons indoors, however. Later Saturday, they were seen in New York attending "Hamilton," arguably the hottest show on Broadway. Tickets to the show have always been hard to come by, but are especially difficult to get now as the show's star and creator Lin Manuel Miranda is stepping down next week.
Some attendees -- including New York state Senator Adriano Espaillat who was seated with the Clintons -- shared pictures of the first couple at the play.
Blurry shot..... But Hamilton and Hillary Clinton? Tonight is crazy. pic.twitter.com/4bkpjTuX9c— Fiona (@OgressFiona) July 2, 2016
Saturday wasn't their first time seeing the Tony-winning play, as they were also able to catch it when it was showing at the Public Theater before it moved to Broadway.
Clinton will host a special performance of the show next week as a fundraiser for her campaign.