Republicans condemn Clinton after FBI documents released
Republican leaders in the US have accused Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton of being "incredibly negligent" and unqualified to be president after the FBI released a summary on the July 2 interview about her use of a private email server while heading the State Department.
"It shows how concerned the CIA and others were that the country had been put at risk," Representative Peter King, a Republican from New York, said in an interview with Newsmax.
"This is not something she can write off as being a slight mistake or that all the questions had been answered," he added. "They haven't."
On Friday, the FBI released heavily redacted documents from its three-and-a-half hour private interview with Clinton at her home in Washington on July 2.
The agency later concluded that the former secretary of state never sought or asked permission to use a private server or email address during her four years as the nation's top diplomat, which violated federal records-keeping policies.
Clinton also told the FBI she could not recall any briefing or training by the State Department related to the retention of federal records or handling of classified information.