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>> Thank you so much.>> Hillary Clinton's email troubles erupting back into the middle of the 2016 campaign, Wednesday. A damning new report concluding her use of a private email server as Secretary of State violated the rules. The Department's Inspector General found that Clinton would not have been allowed to use a private server in her home if she had asked officials in charge of computer security.
The IG adding there was no evidence Clinton sought that approval. The report going on to say, her use of the server, quote, did not comply with the Department's policies. Campaign reporter, Ginger Gibson, is on the story.>> Well the revelations about her emails and this IG report, it's brought back to the forefront, a topic that she would rather not be discussing, and it could be a factor that plays in many voters' minds.
>> To make opportunities greater.>> What effects voters is this depiction of her, this narrative, as secretive, and she really wants to try to combat that, so addressing it in a way that doesn't make her seem like she's hiding something will be her best outcome.>> Her campaign issuing a statement again denying she did anything wrong.
State Department Spokesperson, Mark Toner.>> While people were aware of her use of personal email, no one had a full and complete understanding of to the extent.>> We've also gone through the release of all of the emails that were on the server. What was a months long process by the State Department, where we know what emails were redacted or held back as a result of that.
There's likely to still be criticism from the right that classified information was travelling over those servers, and that's sort of the crux of their argument, is that she put classified information at risk by having this server.>> The Inspector General's report, not good.>> The long awaited report, coming at a critical time for Clinton, as she tries to sew up the nomination in California, amid a relentless challenge from Bernie Sanders, and as she faces a separate investigation into her emails by the FBI.