Washington: Hillary Clinton would be the Democratic presidential nominee, a top party Senator said today while dismissing allegation that she violated the law by using personal email server during her tenure as the the secretary of state.
"Hillary Clinton broke no law," Senator Dianne Feinstein told ABC News in an interview.
She was responding to the allegations that by using personal email server Clinton violated the law.
Feinstein claimed that the recent report of the Inspector General of the State Department does not say that she violated the law.
"I read all 42 pages of the report. The conclusion of the report does not say that. What it says is that the department does not handle these electronic platform operations well and needs to do better," she said.
"Hillary, herself, has said, yes, I made a mistake. If I had a chance to do it over again, I'd do it differently," Feinstein said.
"I mean, what do people want? This goes on and on and on.
We're reaching the final stages of a primary. Hillary Clinton is going to win this primary. I say enough is enough. Let's get to the major problems facing this nation," the Senator from California said.