Hillary Clinton has submitted under oath additional answers about the private email system she used during her four-year tenure as secretary of state, Judicial Watch, a conservative-leaning government watchdog group, announced on Friday.
Clinton initially refused to answer the questions, fearing doing so would draw fresh scrutiny to the political sin that has overshadowed her life for nearly a half-decade now. But last month, Federal District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan ruled that Clinton had to answer questions about the email server submitted by Judicial Watch.
The questions Clinton was compelled to answer involved the establishment of the email server, including details about whose idea it was to use the private server and when it became operational.
In response, Clinton told the court she used the private email system for the “purpose of convenience.”- READ MORE