Hillary Clinton reads her e-mails at the art exhibition in Venice
The Democratic presidential candidate of 2016 looked at the printed copies of her e-mails and went to a replica of the Resolute Desk of the Oval Office on Tuesday for a visit to an art exhibition in Venice called "HILLARY: The Hillary Clinton Emails" the creator and curators of the exhibition.
"Hillary Clinton spent an hour yesterday reading her e-mails on my 62,000-page exhibition in Venice," tweeted American poet and artist Kenneth Goldsmith on Wednesday
. "She's pictured here on a replica of the Oval Office Resolute Desk, stacked with her emails."
Francesco Urbano Ragazzi ̵
1; the collective name for two men working as a curatorial team at the exhibition – told CNN that Clinton had come During the tour, the former US Secretary of State had the opportunity to deal with the 30,000 e-mails sent and received from her private email account when she served the government between 2009 and 2013 – and the same ones that cost her the 2016 presidential election, "the curators wrote in a statement." Clinton sat down an exact imprint of the Resolute Desk of the Oval Office and flipped through their emails for almost an hour. "
NERO, the publisher of Goldsmith's art exhibition companion book, also posted photos of the visit.
CNN has one of Clinton's representatives Opinion requested
President Donald Trump made Clinton's use of private e-mail servers a secretary during her tenure as Secretary of State Focus of his presidential campaign rhetoric in 2016. The FBI's investigation revealed that out of the 30,000 e-mails sent by Clinton from her server to the State Department in 2014, 110 contained classified information at the time of sending or receiving. The agency did not recommend any charges against Clinton, although then FBI director James Comey rebuked them and their aides for "extreme negligence."
During an interview with Italian news channel TGR Veneto outside the theater, Clinton criticized the controversy over her emails as unnecessary.
"It was and is one of the strangest and most absurd events in American political history." she said at the beginning of the clips. "And anyone can go in and look at them – there's nothing there."
"It's an artistic way to do the same thing I did in the book I wrote," What Happened & # 39 ;, "Clinton continued. "And that means there was nothing wrong, there was nothing that should have been so controversial."
Clinton also warned European countries that Russia's attacks on their elections were vigilant, as they did in the 2016 elections in all democracies, and they conducted a comprehensive and systematic attack on our elections, "she added. "So that was a big factor that had never happened in our system."
The exhibition opened in May at the Despar Teatro Italia and, according to the curators, will last until November.
Goldsmith, during Clinton's visit was in New York, reported that the visit had come about after a high school friend of Clinton's had viewed the exhibition was turned into a supermarket during the interview with TGR Veneto
"I think it's the most amazing supermarket that I've ever seen! "she said.