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>> It doesn't make sense.>> Hillary Clinton trying again to put her email troubles to bed Sunday, after meeting with the FBI on a weekend when many voters may have been too busy to notice. The presumptive Democratic nominee telling NBC's Meet The Press she was happy to meet with agents as they wind up a months-long investigation, and after her closest aides were also quizzed about the private servers she kept as Secretary of State.
Clinton again saying she never sent or received classified information on the server that has haunted her White House run. Though she acknowledge some emails have since then been classified. She also said she understands some of the flack over husband Bill Clinton's meeting last week with Attorney General Loretta Lynch, whom critics have worried might tamper with the email probe despite her firm denials.
Clinton said she learned about the meeting from the news and insisted the visit was purely social, but said she understood not everyone would see it that way. Hindsight is 20/20 she said. Both the Attorney General and my husband have said they wouldn't do it again.>> Let's get to work.
>> Clinton would like to focus on uniting her party before the convention in Philadelphia. In an op-ed from rival Bernie Sanders in the Philadelphia Inquirer Sunday pushing for a more left leaning platform including opposition to upcoming trade deals shows Clinton still has work to do.