U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Clinton takes the stage for a campaign speech outside the shuttered Trump Plaza in Atlantic City

Clinton says she relied on State staff for classification decisions

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Clinton takes the stage for a campaign speech outside the shuttered Trump Plaza in Atlantic CityBy Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) – Hillary Clinton disputed a scathing assessment by the Federal Bureau of Investigation that she was “extremely careless” with classified government secrets, saying on Friday she relied on the judgment of her subordinates at the U.S. State Department. After maintaining for more than a year that she did not send or receive classified information through her unauthorized private email system, she acknowledged in a string of interviews on Friday she may have at least unwittingly done so, three days after the FBI concluded this happened at least 110 times. Clinton, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, said she “certainly did not believe” that she was handling classified information on her email system at the time, but emphasized that she followed the lead of her subordinates on whether information was classified.

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