Last week, Hillary Clinton’s campaign was flipped upside down when a scathing report from the State Department’s office of the inspector general was released. Afterwards, Clinton’s top campaign spokesman Brian Fallon called the integrity of the watchdog group into question.
On Tuesday, however, Fallon was singing a very different tune when he admitted that Clinton’s decision to operate a private email system was “not wise.” According to Daily Caller, he admitted that the report had Clinton feeling regretful about what she had done.
This came just days after Fallon dismissed the report, telling CNN’s Wolf Blitzer that “there were questions raised about [the office of the inspector general] during the course of its investigation. There were reports about individuals in this office coming forward and suggesting that there were hints of an anti-Clinton bias inside that office.”