Hillary Clinton Breaks Media Silence and Insists: 'I Want Those Emails Out'

Hillary Clinton has broken a month’s media silence with a brief, but testy, exchange of questions with reporters that saw her demand the swift release of her personal emails and defend money received by her family.
The former secretary of state called on the department to “expedite” the release of the records from her time in office after news that it would take until January to publish the cache recently turned over by her office.
“I want those emails out,” she told reporters in a five-minute exchange that also touched on controversies ranging from donations to the Clinton Foundation and speaking fees that she has been accused of refusing to address.