HILLARY CLINTON: My direction to conduct the thorough investigation was to err on the side of providing anything that might be work-related... out of an abundance of caution and care, we wanted to send that message unequivocally. That is the responsibility of the individual and I have fulfilled that responsibility and I have no doubt that we have done exactly what we should have done.
When the search was conducted, we were asking that any e-mail be identified and preserved that record. Could potentially be federal and that is exactly what we did. And we went beyond that and the process produced over 30,000 work e-mails.
And I think that we have more than met in the request from the State Department. The server contains personal communications from my husband and me. I believe I have met all of my responsibilities. And the server will remain private. I think the State Department will be able, over time, to release all of the records that were provided.