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Rosen: Evidence in Hillary's email scandal

Reaction from the 'Special Report' All-Star panel


Fox News' Chief Washington Correspondent James Rosen discussed Hillary Clinton’s email scandal Tuesday on “Special Report with Bret Baier,” saying the FBI “made very clear that their investigation was limited to the handling of the classified information and not even the content of the emails," and in regards to the Clinton Foundation, “the FBI demurred on that point.”

While challenging his fellow panelist Charles Krauthammer, Rosen added, “he states that there isn't yet any evidence that have been arrayed of any kind of actual pay for play except for the facetimes and the meetings and the phone calls.”

Questions about Hillary Clinton’s email practices while serving as secretary of state have dogged Clinton's run for the White House, and triggered an FBI probe that found she was “extremely careless” with sensitive information by using a private server but recommended against bringing charges.

While Clinton leads in the polls nationally and key battleground states, the flood of stories regarding her private email server and donations to the Clinton Foundation demonstrate the former secretary of state won't be able to completely outrun voter skepticism.