Transcript for Hillary Clinton Keeps Quiet on Personal E-mail Use
And back at home, many weighing in on Hillary Clinton's private e-mail accounts except Hillary Clinton. President Obama, congressional allies, and even her husband asked about it. As she works the crowds in Iowa. David Wright is there. Reporter: Today, she removed her picture from her Twitter account, raising awareness of unseen women around the world. Consider it a metaphor. Reporter: But it's her decision to keep e-mail off government servers that's a campaign issue. Today, bill Clinton was asked about it. He said, he's not the one to judge. He has an opinion, but also a bias. President Obama made his opinion known to CBS news. Our policy is transparency. Reporter: And today on the Sunday shows -- If this is the way she's going to run her operation, I don't think he's going to be president. The kind of people that could find a loophole in a stop sign. Reporter: She got precious few points for transparency. I think she needs to come out and state exactly what the situation is. Thank you for being here. Reporter: In Cedar Rapids, Jeb bush spoke. I want to win. I want our party to win. I want conservatives to win. Reporter: Some were impressed but unconvinced. Would that be a good thing? No, but it's a sad commentary on our politics. Reporter: Bush still hasn't officially announced for president, but he made it clear he will be back to Iowa soon. And so will everyone else. Tom? David, thank you. And a sign spring is on its
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