Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton seems to be taking more questions from the media these days -- but will the media continue to ask her questions about her State Department emails?

During a press avail earlier this week -- there wasn't one question asked on that topic. And now we have new questions about whether her attorney should be allowed to have the 30-thousand emails turned over to the State Department from her private server in his possession on a thumbdrive.

Senator Grassley of Iowa brings up a legitimate point about whether a private citizen should be allowed to have any classified information. And while Hillary Clinton told reporters yesterday it's the State Department being slow in releasing her emails to the committees that have subpoenaed them -- there's a big point being lost in the discussion:

There would be no problem with releasing any emails if Mrs. Clinton had done business the way in which it was intended as Secretary of State -- not putting all of her emails on a private server.