Huma Abedin testifies private email may have interfered with Clinton’s job

Top Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin testified Tuesday that the private email server Clinton chose to use for both personal and government communications may have hindered the former secretary of state’s ability to do her job.
Citing an instance in which Clinton missed a call from a foreign minister because aides did not receive her emails on the matter, Abedin testified that the private email arrangement might have interfered with Clinton’s ability to carry out her duties.
So she wasn’t able to do her job, do what she needed to do, Abedin said of the incident.
The former deputy chief of staff to Clinton was deposed Tuesday by conservative watchdog Judicial Watch in its Freedom of Information Act lawsuit over Abedin’s personnel records.
Abedin also testified that, to her knowledge, only she, Clinton and Clinton’s daughter Chelsea used accounts hosted by the server.