Clinton Can’t Answer Simple Questions About Private Server Setup
RITTIMAN: "I'm not going to ask you a trustworthiness question about the e-mail issue, but I do want to to ask a judgment question. You used a small Denver company called Platte River Networks to manage your private server. It appears now the data got backed up to a cloud server somewhere else without your knowledge or consent. Platte River told me, if it knew and it's not in the business of asking, but if it knew that you were planning to send State Department-type information through the system, this is not the system they would have set you up with. You're the nation's top diplomat in that role, you got to know what you're sending through communications is valuable to foreign intelligence, why go with this system? Did any part of you think maybe this isn't a good idea?"
CLINTON: "Look, I've taken responsibility for what I did. It was a mistake. The State Department allowed it at the time. And I've tried to be as transparent as possible. I'll be appearing before the Congress next week and answering a lot of questions that they may have. Although, now it's clear that this whole effort was set up for political partisan purposes, not to try to get to any useful end. But I'll be in a position to respond and the American people can listen and watch and draw their own conclusions."