Halperin: Hillary Isn’t Sorry For FOIA and Oversight Problems, ‘Real People’ Do Care About Email

Bloomberg Politics Managing Editor Mark Halperin argued Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton isn’t sorry “for the FOIA problems, or the Congressional oversight problems” and her campaign has to “stop saying that real people don’t care about it” on Tuesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”

Halperin stated, “I don’t think she’s sorry for the FOIA problems, or the Congressional oversight problems. I mean, if it turns out that her server was tapped into by foreign entities, I think she’ll be sorry for that, but she won’t want to admit it.”

Co-host Mika Brzezinski then said, “I know a lot of folks I’ve been talking to over the past few weeks, who aren’t so immersed into politics, just watching it, like regular people, who are like, ‘What is her –, why doesn’t she just answer the question about — why’d she do that?’ They do understand email. And it seems like they understand it more than she does.”

Halperin added, “They’ve got to stop saying that real people don’t care about it. Because it’s clear that they do.”

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