File - Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton checks her mobile phone before a conference at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office in London, March 29, 2011. REUTERS/Stefan Rousseau
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To some Democrats, the email controversy has raised concerns that Clinton's all-but-certain campaign will be hampered by the same questions about openness and ethics that have long followed her and her husband, former President Bill Clinton.Then, the Associated Press reported Clinton was operating her own email server, giving her a greater level of control over her communications.Clinton's team has long acknowledged that the 2008 campaign got caught flat-footed by the fast-paced, new-media landscape, and there are vows to be better prepared this time around. If the pattern holds, it could undermine Clinton's efforts to argue that she represents the country's future – already a challenge for a figure who has been on the national stage for decades.The State Department cautioned it could take months to go through the 55,000 pages of emails Clinton turned over last year at the agency's request. A Clinton aide said the trove represented 90 percent of her total online communications, though only she and her closest advisers can verify that.
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