Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton talks with students as she tours classrooms at John Marshall High School in Cleveland, Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016, before participating in a campaign event. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
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Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Hillary Clinton told federal investigators that former Secretary of State Colin Powell suggested she use a personal email account, the New York Times reported late Thursday.The newspaper said the information came from notes the Federal Bureau of Investigation delivered to Congress Tuesday, which contained details from a more than three hour interview the agency conducted with Clinton over her private email use.The newspaper also reported that Clinton asked Powell in a 2009 email exchange about his use of email while serving under former president George W. Bush.
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