Halperin: Hillary ‘Cavalier’ About Handling US Secrets and FOIA, She Hasn’t ‘Explained What She’s Apologized For’

On Thursday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Bloomberg Politics Managing Editor Mark Halperin stated of Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s rhetoric about her emails, “you can’t say you’re sorry, and then say, I didn’t expose America’s secrets. I didn’t do anything wrong.”

Halperin said Clinton’s “never explained what she’s apologized for. And it’s not, I think the right standard for any presidential candidate. I wasn’t indicted.”

He continued, “I want to understand if she thinks having a cavalier attitude towards the Freedom of Information Act and protecting America’s secrets for her own convenience were things that she did wrong. I think the contradiction from last night’s performance that I thought Matt did a good job of teasing out was, you can’t say you’re sorry, and then say, I didn’t expose America’s secrets. I didn’t do anything wrong. When, it seems clear to me, not just based on what the FBI said, in their less than adequate investigation, but based on the facts…she was cavalier about handling secrets and about the Freedom of Information Act.”

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