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>> Democratic US presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton telling the FBI that former secretary of state, Colin Powell, suggested she use a personal email account. The latest detail in the ongoing scandal. The New York Times reporting late, Thursday, that the information came from notes to feds delivered to congress this week.
Containing details from a three-hour interview the agency conducted with Clinton over her private email use. Reuters could not independently verify the report. The Times also cited an upcoming book that described the dinner conversation during which Powell told Clinton to use her own email, except for classified information. Powell's office in a statement said, he could not recall the dinner conversation, but did remember an email memo he sent to Clinton, describing his use of a personal AOL email account for unclassified messages.
And how it vastly improved communications within the state department. Powell has said, he had no choice back then as the department did not have a fully functioning email system of it's own, when he joined in 2001. Separately, Clinton has also faced criticism over donations given to Clinton Foundation.
And on Thursday, the organization announced, it will stop accepting foreign charity, if Hillary Clinton is elected president. Former president Bill Clinton, also told staff members, he would l resign from the foundation's board. The donations, like the email scandal, have become a lightening rod in Clinton's campaign against Donald Trump.
With critics saying the Foundation's reliance on millions of dollars from foreign governments will create conflicts of interest for a would be president