"Do you think the email crisis contributed to the question of trust?" Rose asked Clinton.
To which she responded, "Well, I have said that I am very sorry about it, that I made a mistake. It was certainly not a choice I would do again."
In spite of the apology, the former secretary of state went back to utilizing questionable email tactics the very next day.
Hillary Clinton: "Help Me Combat Republicans Who Get Nasty"
The GOP convention is currently underway. That means even more anti-Hillary sentiment in the news than usual — especially after several convention attendees devoted portions of their speaking times to call for Clinton's incarceration.
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For example, Republican Colorado Senate nominee Darryl Glenn said during his speech on Monday that since Clinton "loves her pantsuits, we should send her an email and tell her she deserves a bright orange jumpsuit," reported Vox on Tuesday.
Also on Monday, during retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn's speaking slot, the delegates began to chant, "Lock her up! Lock her up! Lock her up!" Flynn eventually chimed in. "Lock her up, that's right! It's unbelievable!" he shouted.
Then, on Tuesday, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie stepped up to the podium to lambaste Clinton over her tenure as secretary of state. "Look around at the violence and danger in our world today. Every region of the world has been infected with her flawed judgment," Christie said, according to NJ.com on Tuesday. Christie then ticked off a litany of Clinton's failures – destroying Libya's economy, acting as an Al-Qaeda apologist, putting government spending ahead of middle-class Americans – before asking the audience at the end of every charge: "Is she guilty or not guilty?"
To which the crowd eagerly replied "Guilty!"
While the collective call for Clinton's incarceration has swelled into "mob frenzy," the former first lady's response to the ruckus was far from unruffled….
"This isn't normal political behavior," Clinton wrote to her supporters in an email Tuesday morning, reported The Washington Examiner. "Campaigns draw clear contrasts, sure … but there's a difference between drawing a contrast and baselessly saying your opponent belongs in jail."
The email continued, "It's not about the money — it's about showing you're on Hillary's team and ready to fight back against these over-the-line attacks."
Finally, at the close of Clinton's email, she suggested her supporters contribute $1 to combat Republicans who "get nasty."
Because it's not about the money, right?
Should there be a President Hillary Clinton, she'll likely rule with an iron fist.
At least that's how one FOX News host imagines America's fate…
He thinks we'll soon be the land of the "not-so-free" where SUVs will be banned because they're "ecologically unsafe" and the NRA will be dismantled.
Click here to read more about this troubling future scenario under a Clinton-in-Chief…
- Vox: Republican Elites Are Feeding Their Base's Hatred of Hillary Clinton in Scary Ways
- The Washington Examiner: Clinton Fundraises Off Calls for Her to Be Jailed
- NJ.com: READ: Chris Christie's Full Speech at RNC 2016 Where He Prosecutes Hillary Clinton