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Palazzo not satisfied with Clinton e-mail defense

Rep. Steven Palazzo pins a medal on Hattiesburg World War Two veteran Travis Johnson Wednesday. Rep. Steven Palazzo pins a medal on Hattiesburg World War Two veteran Travis Johnson Wednesday.
CAMP SHELBY, MS (WDAM) - Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's explanation Tuesday of why she used a personal email account for official State Dept. business is falling short, according to Congressman Steven Palazzo. 

Palazzo (R-4th Dist.) said he wasn't satisfied with her answers at her news conference and said he would rather see her take questions from Congress.  

"There's a certain arrogance about her to where she's above everyday Americans," Palazzo said. "She's above members of Congress and she's a part of the special elitist class. If she's wanting to be president of the United States, I think she would be a little bit more friendly, a little more connecting, a little more transparent, a little more accountable to the American people," he said. 

Palazzo was at Camp Shelby Wednesday, presenting two medals to Hattiesburg World War Two veteran Travis Johnson. 

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