As Hillary Clinton continues to urgently search for someone to blame for her private email scandal, she yet again is entangling herself in another lie.
Last week, Gen. Colin Powell said in an interview with People magazine that Clinton has constantly been trying to throw his career under the bus ever since being reprimanded by FBI investigators.
The Clinton camp says that in a conversation seven years ago, Powell said it was okay to use a private email server for her work as Secretary of State.
“Her people have been trying to pin it on me,” he said referring to her State Department e-mail scandal. “The truth is, she was using [the private email server] for a year before I sent her a memo telling her what I did."
Powell, the first African-American Secretary of State was valiantly defended by his successor, Condoleezza Rice, in a statement released on Wednesday.
The Rice statement came through her chief of staff at Stanford University, Georgia Godfrey, who stated, “Dr. Rice isn’t doing any media right now. I can tell you, though, that she has no recollection of that conversation either.”