That seems to be it then. Hillary Clinton did not want Congress to see her emails, so she kept them hidden and separate then deleted the lot of them.
That’s not a Republican speculating. That’s James Carville saying it.
Democratic operative James Carville’s attempt to tamp down talk of Hillary Clinton’s email scandal may have instead added more fuel to the fire.
Carville, who worked on the presidential campaigns of both Bill and Hillary Clinton, said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week” that Hillary’s use of a private email account during her time as secretary of state was legal and likely an attempt to avoid congressional oversight.
That’s also a big no no. Willfully trying to avoid Congressional oversight is not a good a thing. It also has some serious legal implications and could kick off an excellent summer of congressional inquiries.