Sen. Feinstein Joins Call for Hillary Clinton to Explain Private E-mails

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Senator Diane Feinstein has added her voice to those calling for Hillary Clinton to explain why she used a private e-mail address and server for official business as secretary of state. Republican critics have blasted the presumed Democratic presidential frontrunner for keeping her e-mails secret. Clinton has yet to speak publicly about the issue. We discuss whether the private e-mails raise national security concerns and possible political fallout from the controversy.

Guests:

Chris LeHane, Democratic consultant, partner at Fabiani and LeHane and former aide to the Clinton White House

Rick Wilson, Republican media strategist

Catalina Camia, reporter for USA Today

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