In full damage-control mode, a powerful ally of Democratic Party presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton is changing the narrative again, subtlety, when it comes to her exclusive use of a private, unsecure email server and her handling of classified material.
As Reported By The Daily Caller:
California Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein, ranking member on the Senate Intelligence Committee and Clinton friend, has released a statement attempting to defend Clinton from critics. Feinstein added a new caveat to Clinton’s claim that she never had any classified material on her server: none written by Clinton, at least.
No longer denying the existence of classified material on Clinton’s private server, Feinstein said, “First, none of the emails alleged to contain classified information were written by Secretary Clinton.” (Emphasis added.)
That is different from Clinton’s first statement about whether or not she had any classified material on her server, which was fairly unequivocal. On March 10, Clinton held a press conference at the United Nations and said, “I did not email any classified material to anyone on my email; there is no classified material.”
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