Hillary Clinton finally lost her cool on the email scandal at a press conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
A cocky Hillary Clinton on Tuesday shrugged off the questions swirling around materials culled from her private email account which the U.S. intelligence community has since classified as ‘top secret,’ making light of a reporter who asked if she had ‘wiped the server’ clean.
‘What, like with a cloth or something?’ Clinton chuckled? ‘Well, no. I don’t know how it works digitally at all.’
Clinton ultimately cut her press conference short after insisting that the controversy over hundreds of her emails that Intelligence Community inspectors now believe might need to be classified ‘has nothing to do with me and it has nothing to do with the fact that my account was personal.’
Actually, Hillary, it has everything to do with you and it has everything to do with the fact that the Secretary of State was using a private email account to discuss sensitive and classified information.
…’What I did was legally permitted, number one, first and foremost, okay?’ Clinton snapped at one reporter. ‘Number two, I turned over, out of an abundance of an attempt to be helpful over anything that I thought was even vaguely related.’
Clinton also described the FBI’s seizure last week of her server hardware as another voluntary exercise.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign is spontaneously combusting in front of the nation’s eyes. Her sarcasm and testy attitude are not very presidential, if you ask me.
Hillary has a pattern of lashing out when pressed on tough issues (Remember this?: “At this point, what difference does it make??“). She also has a history of telling whatever version of truth will cast her in the best political light, regardless of the facts.
She can blame partisan politics all day, but Hillary’s worst political enemy is proving to be herself.