Paul on Clinton's Emails: 'I Don't Think Convenience Should Trump Nat'l Security'
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) tonight sounded off on Hillary Clinton’s email controversy following her question-and-answer session on the issue.
“I don’t think the Clintons should be above the law,” Paul told Megyn Kelly.
The Kentucky senator slammed Clinton’s statement that she used one personal email account for government business out of “convenience.”
“I don’t think convenience should trump national security,” he said.
Paul said Clinton wants the public to believe that she did not transmit classified documents on her email account, but Paul said that a lot of her conversations with Obama would be classified. Paul called for an independent investigation into Clinton’s emails and suggested that public opinion could provoke such a probe.
“Can we trust Hillary Clinton to produce all of her email when we couldn’t trust her to obey the law that she had to use a State Department email?” he asked.
Paul charged Clinton with stonewalling the nation “time after time” and said that the American public shouldn’t tolerate it.
Watch the interview above.
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