Clinton denies violating work-related correspondence rules

Baku: Hillary Rodham Clinton said Tuesday that she has not violated the rules of work-related correspondence as secretary of state.

She was defiant in insisting that she did not violate any administration rules, noting that she exclusively used her private email account out of “convenience”, ABC News reported.

Clinton denied ever having sent confidential data via her private e-mail account, adding that she sent more than 60,000 emails from her private account in a four-year span but that none contained classified material.

Clinton also said work-related correspondences are already at the Department of State and personal letters have been deleted.

SOURCE: Azeri Press News Agency