Camp Hillary: ‘We Don’t See The Need To Hand Over The Email Server’


Camp Hillary does not think they need to hand over the email server, move along folks, nothing to see here.

Breitbart reported that on Monday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Hillary Clinton presidential campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri discussed the controversy regarding the Clinton campaign, including roping the media off in an event over the weekend, the state of the Clinton campaign and her Democratic presidential race opponent Bernie Sanders.

Palmieri also discussed the issues involving Clinton’s email server and said she didn’t see the need for Clinton to turn over the email server from she set up from her time at the State Department.

“We don’t think we have to do that,” Palmieri said. “You know, I worked for President Clinton for eight years. I’ve been in politics for a long time. I understand what comes with presidential campaign and particularly comes with presidential campaign with a candidate that’s been around public service as long as she has. And there’s a lot of — she’s got great experience. But with that comes, you know, comes a lot of issues that they can raise.”

Hillary Clinton campaign communications director, Jennifer Palmieri, joins Morning Joe to discuss Clinton’s relationship with the media, the state of the campaign and Bernie Sanders.

Former United States Secretary of State and Democratic candidate for president Hillary Clinton walks in the Fourth of July Parade in Gorham

Clinton’s campaign used a rope to keep journalists away from the candidate on Saturday while she walked in this small town’s July Fourth parade.

This seems like the best way to ensure that reporters don’t ask questions that Clinton prefers not to answer. 




One CNN reporter was literally dragged by a thin white rope as Clinton walked down Main Street 

MSNBC Panel Laughs at Hillary’s Communication Director Palmieri As She’s Struggling with Media Rope.

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