>> Hillary Clinton telling the FBI in a July interview she could not recall all the briefings she got on handling US secrets as Secretary of State after a concussion she suffered in 2012. That one of many revelations in a summary of the Bureau's three hour meeting with Clinton in a probe of her use of private e-mail released just ahead of the Labor Day holiday weekend.
Justice Department reporter Julia Edwards.>> The way the FBI cites it as a result of that concussion and doctor's orders she was out of the office. And she could not recall all of the briefings that she received at that time. So right now there's a little bit of an ambiguity over what Clinton could not recall as a result of her concussion.
And the Clinton campaign is quick to say that Clinton was not impaired by her concussion.>> Clinton also telling agents she never deleted nor instructed anyone to delete emails to avoid complying with the law. And did not use her private system to evade federal record keeping. Clinton saying while Secretary no one raised concern with her about her private email account which has haunted her bid for the White House.
The FBI notes released Friday requested by Republicans in Congress after FBI director James Comey declined to recommend charges against Clinton. Prompting Republican rival Donald Trump to suggest the probe was rigged. But Edwards says the FBI summary paints a less than flattering picture.>> There are a lot of parts actually that point to the fact that Clinton is either uneasy.
Or that she's simply is uninformed about the way emails are sent when you're in a position such as Secretary of State. When you're handling a lot of classified information.>> Questions remaining about whether her server could have been hacked. In July, Comey blasted Clinton's handling of sensitive material as extremely careless.