Hillary Clinton Agrees to Turn Over Email Server to Justice Department

Fellow presidential hopefuls weigh in on the email controversy.
2:20 | 08/13/15

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the race for 2016 and the firestorm growing for Hillary Clinton tonight. Mrs. Clinton now reversing course, turning over that home server after insisting she would not. ABC's Jonathan Karl tonight. Reporter: It's the e-mail server Hillary Clinton kept here at her home in chappaqua, new York. For months she has flatly refused to turn it over. I have met all of my responsibilities. The server will remain private. Reporter: But now, a reversal. Clinton has agreed to turn that server over to the justice department which is investigating whether classified information in her e-mails has been properly secured. ABC news has learned that at least two of Clinton's private e-mails included information now classified as top secret. Mrs. Clinton once denied sending any classified information whatsoever. But listen closely to what she says now. I am confident that I have never sent nor received any information that was classified at the time it was sent and received. Reporter: The e-mail controversy has been overshadowed lately by the Donald Trump show. Ladies and gentlemen, the next potus, Donald J. Trump! Reporter: But now trump aiming his fire at Hillary Clinton. Did she commit a crime? Yes. Will they prosecute it? Perhaps no. Reporter: And today, Jeb bush knocked her for storing sensitive information in that chappaqua server. Thinking that her server would be safer than the state department's firewalls? We need a president who recognizes that there are threats in the 21st century that are dramatically different than the threats of 30 years ago. Reporter: Now Mrs. Clinton's unlikely challenger is soaring. Over the last few days, Bernie sanders has addressed huge crowds. 15,000 in Seattle, 28,000 in Portland, 27,000 in Los Angeles. Jon Karl with us live. You mentioned Bernie sarnders. I want to show everyone at home new Numbers out tonight in the key state of New Hampshire. A new poll showing him leading Hillary Clinton, 44 to 37%. This is the first time we've seen that in this race? Reporter: That should be a real wakeup call to the Clinton team. While she is still leading in Iowa, it's getting closer there, too. The bottom line, David, is this has been a tough summer for Hillary Clinton. While she remains the clear front-runner, this is shaping up to be a much tougher race for her than anybody expected. Jon Karl live with us again tonight, thank you.

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