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Hillary Clinton took questions from reporters in California this morning, but was not asked about the issues surrounding her private email server.

Stuart Varney discussed the "easy" questions, which lasted less than 10 minutes, with A.B. Stoddard, Tamara Holder and Emily Jashinsky.

One female reporter recalled to Clinton that at her event last night, a woman in the crowd was "sobbing" over the prospect of a female president.

"Do you feel the weight of what this means?" she asked.

Another reporter asked Clinton about how she feels about being on "the cusp of being the first female nominee of a major party."

Clinton has not held a formal news conference with reporters in more than six months.

Stoddard said she believes Clinton does not want to hold a real news conference because she'll be "hammered" with questions over her email server and the recent IG report.

Holder argued that Clinton should not answer any questions because there's an "active" investigation going on into her email server. 

Jashinsky disagreed, arguing that Clinton owes the public answers about the emails and about the allegations concerning the Clinton Foundation. 

Watch the discussion above.


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