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Hillary Clinton attempts to contain e-mail furor

By Associated Press in United Nations | China Daily | Updated: 2015-03-12 07:30

Private server kept in her home should be reviewed by neutral party, Republicans say

Trying to keep the presumed rollout of a presidential campaign on track, Hillary Rodham Clinton said she should have used a government e-mail address while working as the nation's top diplomat - an admission that sought to quell political furor some Democratic allies say she can no longer avoid.

The focus on Clinton's e-mails has jumbled what had been expected to be a smooth glide toward the kickoff of her presidential campaign next month. Clinton, a former US secretary of state, had planned to spend March promoting her work on women's equality, a signature issue for someone who could become the nation's first female president.

Hillary Clinton attempts to contain e-mail furor

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