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Hillary Clinton STILL Hasn’t Made Up A Good Reason For Her Personal E-mail

At Monday night’s debate, Hillary Clinton proved she still can’t explain why she used a homebrew e-mail server, despite efforts from just about everyone to get her to stop.

She was on a roll, answering questions forcefully and aggressively – until moderator Chris Cuomo asked her about the e-mails. Here’s how it went down:

CUOMO: [The Des Moines Register] did question your judgment, though, when it came to the email issue.  They said, and you know this, but for the audience, in 2008 “when she says” — “when she makes a mistake she should just say so.”  This weekend they said that’s a lesson that you have not learned.  Yes, you apologized, but only when you needed to, not when you first could have.  Fair criticism?

CLINTON:  Well, I think that they’re — you know, look, I was delighted to get the Register’s endorsement.  And it was a very generous one.  And yes, I think that’s a fair criticism.

You know I had no intention of doing anything other than having a convenient way of communicating, and it turned out not to be so convenient.  So again, we’ve answered every question and we will continue to do so.

But you know maybe being faster, trying to scramble around to find out what all of this means, I probably should have done that quicker.

CUOMO:  You’re willing to say it was an error in judgment,  you should’ve apologized…

CLINTON:  No.  I’m not willing to say it was an error in judgment because what — nothing that I did was wrong.  It was not — it was not in any way prohibited.  And so…

CUOMO:  Not apologizing sooner I mean.

CLINTON:  Well, apologizing sooner, as soon as you can.  But part of the problem, and I would just say this as, not an excuse but just as an explanation.

When you’re facing something like that you got to get the facts.  And it takes time to get the facts.  And so when I said hey, take all my emails, make them public.  That had never been done before, ever by anybody.  And so we’ve been sorting our way through this because it is kind of a unique situation.

I’m happy people are looking at the emails.  Some of them are you know, frankly a little embarrassing…

(LAUGHTER)

You know.  You find out that sometimes I’m not the best on technology and things like that.  But look, I think it’s great.  Let people sort them through.  And as we have seen there is a lot of — you know a lot of interest.  But it’s something that took time to get done.