3:35pm ET - On Monday, The New York Times reported that Hillary
Rodham Clinton exclusively used a personal email account to conduct government
business during her tenure as secretary of state; which according to the Times may have violated federal
requirements that officials’ correspondence be retained as part of the agency’s
record. However, The Daily Beast and
Media Matters for America have challenged this assumption, reporting that
Clinton broke no law, as the relevant portions of the Federal Records Act
pertaining to such requirement didn't go into effect until November 2014, after
Clinton's tenure at the State Department.
Joining us today to discuss Mrs. Clinton’s use of a personal email account is Gabriel Arana, senior
media editor at The Huffington Post. You can also follow Gabriel on twitter.
4:35pm ET - Joining us to today is Kevin Sessums who has just published a new memoir titled I Left It on the Mountain, a sequel to his bestselling previous memoir Mississippi Sissy. In this new book, he discusses his career as a prominent celebrity writer for Vanity Fair, Interview, and Parade, rubbing elbows with Andy Warhol and interviewing Madonna and Courtney Love before falling into methamphetamine addiction. Detailing his love of extremes, from travel to sex and drugs, Kevin explains how he was able to function as an addict for time before hitting rock bottom. His story is one of destitution, hope, and forgiveness, and proves that even at your lowest point, there’s still hope. You can also follow Kevin on twitter.
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