Democratic ally urges Clinton to explain her email actions

A Democratic colleague from Hillary Rodham Clinton’s Senate days says the former secretary of state should fully explain her actions involving the use of a private, non-government email account while she was the country’s top diplomat.
    
California Sen. Dianne Feinstein says she thinks that from “this point on, the silence is going to hurt her.”
    
Clinton is considered the front-runner for the party’s 2016 presidential nomination, but hasn’t entered the race yet.
    
Feinstein tells NBC’s “Meet the Press” that the former first lady and New York senator “needs to step up and come out and say exactly what the situation was.”
    
Clinton says that she’s turned over all relevant emails – totaling 55,000 pages – to the State Department for review.

Related Articles

Bankers: Rural economy continues to struggle in 10 states A new report says low commodity prices and weak farm incomes are continuing to hamper the rural economy in parts of 10 Plains and Midwestern states.
CVS to limit opioid drug prescriptions One of the nation's largest pharmacies is making it harder to get opioids.
Former Obama officials launch legal group to challenge DeVos A group of Obama administration officials is starting a legal aid organization to challenge the Trump administration's policies on student lending and...
6th person accused of defrauding Dolly Parton wildfire fund A sixth person has been accused in a scheme to defraud a fund established by famed country music artist Dolly Parton for victims affected by deadly Te...