Clinton has 'nothing to say' about Wikileaks email revealing $12M quid pro quo with Morocco's king
A stone-faced Hillary Clinton refused to comment on an email a top aide sent calling a Clinton Foundation quid pro qou a 'mess' of the former secretary of state's own making.
'I have nothing to say about Wikileaks, other than I think we should all be concerned about what the Russians are trying to do to our election and using Wikileaks very blatantly to try to influence the outcome of the election,' Clinton said on Saturday.
The Democratic nominee was responding to a question posed by DailyMail.com during a media avail with reporters riding on her campaign plane.
Hacked emails revealed an internal disagreement among Clinton's aides about her desire to hold a conference in Marrakech, Morocco.
The country's king made a $12 million pledge to fund the Clinton Global Initiative conference - but only if the the likely presidential candidate attended.
Top confidante Huma Abedin bluntly wrote in a January 2015 email that 'if HRC was not part of it, meeting was a non-starter.'
Then she warned: 'She created this mess and she knows it.'