Hillary Clinton Says She Hasn't Been Contacted By the FBI

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Source:   —  April 03, 2016, at 7:59 PM

Hillary Clinton said Sun she'd not yet been contacted by the FBI in the inquiry surrounding the utilize of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state in an interview with NBC'south Chuck Todd on "Meet the Press." Reports indicated that Clinton and her top aides could soon be interviewed by the FBI, but she quickly shot that down.

Hillary Clinton Says She Hasn't Been Contacted By the FBI

Former Sec. Hillary Clinton said Sun she'd not yet been contacted by the FBI in the inquiry surrounding the utilize of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state in an interview with NBC'south Chuck Todd on "Meet the Press."

Reports indicated that Clinton and her top aides could soon be interviewed by the FBI, but she quickly shot that down. She also pointed out that back in Aug she "made clear" she was "happy" to reply any questions.

The Democratic front-runner reiterated that her decision to utilize a personal email as a government official was "a error" but challenged anyone else in public office to release his or her emails.

"I'm the one who'south done it, and I did it because I thought it was the right thing to do," she said.

On Sunday, Clinton said she'south "confident" she'll debate Bernie Sanders before the NY primary on April nineteen, but wouldn't commit to a specific date.

The Clinton and Sanders campaigns have been feuding over potential times in recent weeks, showcasing the latest scrimmage in an increasingly heated primary fight. Clinton said she was "confident that there will be" another Democratic debate but made clear that she was "not the one negotiating" the terms.

When pressed if she'd consent to a specific date that the Sanders campaign has keep forward, Clinton said she'd leave that to her campaign and then turned the question on her rival

"We've proposed Thursday the fourteenth which gives people more time to digest what happens in the debate. Is he in?" she asked.

The Clinton campaign said in a statement Saturday that Sanders executive had rejected three possible debate dates.

"The Sanders campaign needs to stop with the games," Clinton spokesman Brian Fallon wrote. "The Sanders campaign needs to stop using the NY primary as a playground for political games and negative attacks against Hillary Clinton. The voters of NY deserve better."

Sanders' campaign shot back, saying the dates and venues proposed "don't create a whole lot of sense." Spokesman Michael Briggs pointed out that their team had offered their own dates, which he said were rejected by the Clinton campaign.

This all comes after Sanders challenged Clinton to a NY debate on "Meet the Press" latest month.

"I would hope very much that as we go into NY state, Secretary Clinton'south residence state, that we'll have a debate — NY City or upstate, wherever — on the necessary issues facing NY and, in fact, the country," the VT senator said.

Sanders and Clinton have also been trading barbs over fossil fuel industry donations after a Greenpeace activist confronted her on the rope line earlier this week.

Clinton, visibly angry, told the youthful woman she was "so ill of the Sanders campaign lying about me."

When asked Sun if there were other instances in which she thought Sanders has lied about her record, Clinton deflected.

"Well, I'm not, you know, I'm not going to go into that. I think that we've tried to running a campaign on the issues. I'm going to hold talking about the issues," she said.

With several key states coming up, Clinton said she hasn't "moved on" to the common election yet and is still focused on the primary battle ahead of her.

"I know that I still have work to do to win the nomination, and I'm going to hold reaching out to every voter, everywhere in these remaining contests," she vowed.

When asked if she was turning her sights to Donald Trump, Clinton said it was necessary "to draw some beautiful clear lines" with Republicans and slammed the Republican front-runner for "his rhetoric, his demagoguery."

"When you incite violence, you're acting love a political arsonist" she said, referring to recent aggression against protesters at Trump rallies.

"We may have differences, of course we do. But we don't condone violence. We don't declare we'll pay the valid fees of people who punch other Americans, who are protesting, attending an event. That's just not appropriate behavior when you're running for president."

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