On Friday, NY Times reported that 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s private email account was found by government investigators to have classified information, which Clinton has previously denied.
During Saturday’s MSNBC show “Up with Steve Kornacki,” host Steve Kornacki reacted to the report, saying that he does not know if we learned anything that we did not already know.
“The question is, ‘What new are we learning from this?’ We know the basics, they set up the private server, the Obama administration said, ‘We don’t want you doing this.’ They went and did it anyway. She’ll say I turned over 55,000 e-mails or 55,000 pages of e-mails. She will not turn over the server. We’ve known those basics for a while and that’s exposed the Clintons to plenty of attacks. In terms of the new story I’m struggling to figure out exactly what they’re telling us here.”
“I’m still confused if we actually learned anything new from this, anyway,” he later concluded the segment.
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