Hillary Clinton spokesperson Karen Finney was mum when asked on Friday about the location of Clinton’s controversial private email server.
"Where’s the server?" Fox News correspondent Ed Henry asked.
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"That’s an excellent question, and it’s one I’m sure Chairman [Trey] Gowdy will be asking Hillary Clinton about on October 22," Finney said, brushing off the question.
"But seriously—do you know if it’s at Hillary Clinton’s home like she said in March?" Henry said.
"You know, again, I’m going to let Hillary Clinton answer that question on the 22nd," Finney said.
Clinton will answer questions about her private server when she appears before the House Select Committee on Benghazi in October.
Clinton exclusively used a private email server for government business during her time as Secretary of State. When Rep. Trey Gowdy asked Clinton's lawyer, David Kendall, for the e-mails, it was revealed that she permanently deleted thousands of emails when the public learned of its existence.
"Secretary Clinton unilaterally decided to wipe her server clean and permanently delete all emails from her personal server," Gowdy said. Kendall said that Clinton "chose not to keep her non-record personal emails," according to CNN.
"Thus, there are no … e-mails from Secretary Clinton's tenure as secretary of state on the server for any review, even if such review were appropriate or legally authorized," he wrote.
Nick Merrill, Clinton's spokesman, said that Clinton was open to making the e-mails that are still viable public.
"Representatives of Secretary Clinton's office have been in touch with the committee and the State Department to make clear that she would like her emails made public as soon as possible and that she's ready and willing to come and appear herself for a hearing open to the American public,"