I don’t think Clinton is in fact claiming this.
Harry Bagenstos

The inference here, though, is that because Comey vindicated her private statements, and because her private statements were consistent with what she said publicly (questionable), thus Comey vindicated her public statements. That’s untrue. At best, it’s a lawyerly dodge designed to deceive the listener into buying that she was entirely truthful, which isn’t true.

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