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Nothing to see here, says the State Department:

In a move that marked a departure from months of defending the former secretary of state’s actions, State Department spokesman Mark Toner said he did not know if her email arrangement was “specifically prohibited” but noted it “was strongly discouraged.”

“Across the board — and we have acknowledged this — there was only a partial understanding of how much Secretary Clinton relied on personal email, and we just did not have a complete picture and because of that, I think no one undertook the steps to address that,” Toner said during an agency briefing.

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