On Wednesday’s “MSNBC Live,” retired Rear Admiral and former Congressman Joe Sestak (D-PA), who served as Director for Defense Policy National Security Council during the Clinton administration stated that Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton should say she “made an error” and was “wrong” in her handling of classified material.
Sestak said, after being played a clip of Clinton stating that the classified material on her server was improperly marked, “I think the best thing for Secretary Clinton to have done, to do, is to say, I made an error, I was wrong, because as commander-in-chief, you have going to lead those who are actually responsible for holding on to classified material. It doesn’t mean it hasn’t been done before, but I do think that is the right approach. That said, do I think that she can be trusted to be a fine, — an extraordinarily fine commander-in-chief? Yes, I do.”
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