Hillary Clinton apologized Tuesday for using a private email server to conduct official business as secretary of state, just one day after she told the Associated Press there was nothing to be sorry for.
In an interview with ABC News, the Democratic frontrunner said she made a "mistake" and offered up a four-word apology: "I'm sorry about that."
Clinton added that she does "take responsibility" for her actions.
The apology from Clinton came one day after she told the Associated Press one was not necessary because "what I did was allowed."
Since it was revealed earlier this year that Clinton used a private email server to conduct official government business, she has been skewered by critics who have suggested doing so posed a risk to national security and demonstrated a lack of transparency.
On Monday, a special review concluded that "Top Secret" intelligence had traversed through her private sever, a claim Clinton has contested.
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