The failed presidential candidate once again played the victim of media coverage.
Former 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton complained about media coverage of her e-mail scandal at CODECON on Wednesday, calling it the “biggest nothing-burger ever.”
Asked what she would have done differently, Clinton declined to admit that she was at fault, instead blaming coverage of her irresponsible use of a private e-mail server.
“The overriding issue that affected the election that I had any control over,” Clinton said, “was the way that the use of my e-mail account was turned into the biggest scandal since lord knows when.”
Clinton then said her upcoming book would show the scandal to be “the biggest nothing-burger ever.”
“The way that it was used was very damaging.”
The former secretary of state complained that others had done the same thing and not faced any consequences.
“I was very responsible and not at all careless,” Clinton claimed.
She then called the coverage of her scandal “maddening.”
Clinton glossed over former FBI Director James Comey’s condemnation of her private e-mail server use.
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