Lauer's second question at NBC's Commander-In-Chief Forum was about the email scandal, and he pressed the Democratic presidential nominee as she tried to explain how she handled classified information.
"As I have said repeatedly, it was a mistake to have a personal account," Clinton said.
It was something that should not have been done." She pivoted to defending her assertion that she never mishandled classified information, contrary to FBI Director James Comey's statement saying she was "extremely careless" in handling classified information.
"The real question is the handling of classified material, which is I think what the implication of what your question was," Clinton said.
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