Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks during a news conference at the United Nations in New York, in this March 10, 2015.REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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Clinton, who ran for the White House in 2008 and lost to Obama, is expected to announce as early as April that she plans to seek the White House in 2016 .Clinton has tried to tamp down accusations that she used her personal email account to keep her records from public review, which would support an old political narrative that Clinton and her husband, former president Bill Clinton, are secretive and seek to play by a different set of rules.About half of the adults surveyed, including 46 percent of Democrats, agreed there should be an independent review of all Clinton's emails to ensure she turned over everything that is related to her work.More than half of Americans – and 41 percent of Democrats – said they supported the Republican-controlled congressional committee's effort to require Clinton to testify about the emails, the Reuters/Ipsos poll showed.
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