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The emails show how the lines between the foundation and State Department were blurred while Clinton was secretary of State.

Colin Powell: Clinton aides are trying to 'pin' her use of private email on me

Former Secretary of State Colin L. Powell accused Hillary Clinton’s campaign of trying to “pin” her widely criticized use of a private email server on him.

“Her people have been trying to pin it on me,” he said at an in event in New York City on Saturday, according to People magazine.

Clinton's use of a private server to conduct government business while secretary of State has been the subject of lawsuits and government investigations since it came to light last year. It has also cost her with voters, who have cited it in polls as a factor for giving her negative marks on trustworthiness and honesty.

Clinton, interviewed by the FBI in their investigation into whether sensitive information was mishandled, suggested that Powell encouraged her to use a private email account to speed up communication in the department. But Powell recalls explicitly telling her in an email not to use it for classified information and said her timeline was off.

"She was using [the private email server] for a year before I sent her a memo telling her what I did," Powell said.

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