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Hillary on an Email Indictment: 'That's Not Going to Happen'

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By    |   Wednesday, 09 Mar 2016 09:35 PM

Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton declared Wednesday that her being indicted in the email scandal was "not going to happen" and refused to say whether she would quit the race should the Justice Department take the step.

"Oh, that's not going to happen," Clinton told co-moderator Jorge Ramos in a tense exchange during the Univision presidential debate in Miami. "I'm not even answering that question."

After disclosing the number of emails that Clinton wrote on her private server that have since been classified, Ramos asked Clinton who gave her permission to do so and whether she would leave the race if she were indicted.

"There was no permission to be asked," Clinton responded. "It had been done by my predecessors. It was permitted."

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Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton declared Wednesday that her being indicted in the email scandal was "not going to happen" and refused to say whether she would quit the race should the Justice Department take the step.
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