WATCH: Hillary Clinton Says Two Different Things About Her Emails, Both of Which Can’t Be True


More than 60 percent of voters don't think Hillary Clinton is honest and trustworthy. Even Donald Trump has a better reputation on that front, which is just embarrassing. No wonder so many Democrats are biding for Biden.

Hillary and her campaign seem to think this is simply the result of biased media coverage, unfair partisan attacks and right-wing "conspiracy theories." They insist it's "time to move on."

They should at least consider the possibility that voters have good reason not to trust Hillary. Because is she really has nothing to hide with respect to her private email server, why do explanations keep changing so often?

For example, during her interview on Meet The Press over the weekend, Hillary said she "did not participate" in the process through which her State Department emails were reviewed and classified as either "work-related" or "personal." Her attorneys did it, she said.

Host Chuck Todd raised the issue because the Associated Press reported on Friday that the State Department found new work-related emails, including an exchange with former CIA director David Petraeus, that Clinton failed to turn over to investigators. The report also revealed that Clinton started using her private server months earlier than she originally claimed.

Regarding the email review process, Clinton offered a different account of her involvement during a contentious press conference on August 18. Here's what she told reporters then: "Under the law, that decision is made by the official. I was the official. I made those decisions."

Chuck Todd did not follow up by asking her to explain the discrepancy.

Here's the Vine:

Here's the extended video, for anyone who might suggest the clips were taken out of context: