The Times's argument was that using personal email reinforced the narrative that I had a penchant for secrecy, but I've always found that charge odd. People know more about me and Bill than anybody in public life. We've made public thirty-eight years of our tax returns (thirty-eight years more than a certain someone), all my State Department emails, the Clinton Foundation tax returns and donors, medical information -- yet we were secretive? When we sometimes did draw a line after going further than anyone in public life to be transparent, we didn't do it to be secretive -- we did it to keep ourselves sane. Not to mention that someone trying to keep her email secret would be pretty dumb to use @clintonemail.com!
-- Hillary Rodham Clinton, What Happened, p. 302