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The Controversy Surrounding HRC's Speeches, Private Email Server and more

In an interview with CFIF, Sarah Westwood, Watchdog Reporter for the Washington Examiner, discusses the controversy surrounding Hillary Clinton's paid speeches to private groups, what is different about the use of personal e-mail accounts by former Secretaries of State Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice as compared to Hillary Clinton, and the finger-pointing and mudslinging on the GOP side of the campaign trail.

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February 12, 2016 • 10:31 am

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