Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton continues to face questions about her use of a private email server when she was Secretary of State. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, who is seeking the Republican nomination, argued Wednesday the scandal is a sign she’s not fit to lead the country.
Walker told reporters “Hillary Clinton would be a good deceiver in chief, but I she cannot be trusted to be commander in chief…and I think it’s about time she dealt with the consequences of this.”
Walker’s comments came after the Clinton campaign announced it would be turning over the private server and other files to the U.S. Department of Justice. The move follows a report from a federal investigator, who told Congress that at least five classified files had been found on the server, even though Clinton had previously said she had not used it to send classified information. Walker said “it’s highly likely there could have been top secret information in these emails” and accused Clinton of putting national security at risk.
Clinton’s campaign has said it is cooperating with the Justice Department.