Hillary Clinton said it was “appropriate” use your personal email account to discuss official business when she was Secretary of State of EE.UU., between 2009 and 2013, because that department allowed it and thought “easier”.
This is the first time that Clinton, potential Democratic presidential US candidate in 2016, refers to the use of his private e-mail account instead of the official, for its official communications when she was in government.
Clinton gave her statements at the UN headquarters after participating in a meeting on gender equality.
The former official said that “looking back” maybe use her personal email account was not the most appropriate, although at that time was “not an issue” that has arisen and stressed that did not send classified information staff from her e-mail.
The potential candidate for the US presidency in 2016 explained that the vast majority of emails sent were directed to accounts of government, so they have been archived in the official records and may be published.