Sen. Boxer: ‘If You Don’t Believe’ Hillary’s Excuses for Email Scandal, ‘Don’t Vote for Her’

Sen. Barbara Boxer (D., Calif.) came to the defense of Hillary Clinton after her press conference Tuesday.

Boxer and Clinton were colleagues during their time together in the Senate. Boxer said that senators use their own private email addresses and reiterated that there is "no rule" when it comes to members of Congress using their official email addresses.

When MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell pushed Boxer on what she thought about the controversy, Boxer got defensive and drew on her time as a reporter to fire back, blaming the reporters for the love of confrontation.

"Let's get on with it. If you don't believe her, don't vote for her. That's what I think and if you believe her then vote for her," Boxer said.