Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign on Friday said that it is "pleased" that the FBI published additional documents related to its investigation of Clinton's use of a private email server.
Republican nominee Donald Trump's campaign, however, blasted Clinton as dishonest.
The report published by the FBI said Clinton did not recall her specific conversations regarding the creation of the clintonemail.com domain.
She also did not recall receiving any emails she thought should not have been on an unclassified system, and reportedly told investigators she could not recall getting any briefings on how to handle classified information or comply with laws governing the preservation of federal records.
"We are pleased that the FBI has released the materials from Hillary Clinton's interview, as we had requested," Brian Fallon, press secretary for the Clinton campaign, said in a statement after the release of the documents.
"While her use of a single email account was clearly a mistake and she has taken responsibility for it, these materials make clear why the Justice Department believed there was no basis to move forward with this case," he added.
In July, FBI Director James Comey announced that he did not recommend charging Clinton with willfully mishandling classified information.
While Comey called the former Secretary of State “extremely careless” for using the server, he repeatedly said that “no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case.”
Trump's campaign, meanwhile, said, "Hillary Clinton is applying for a job that begins each day with a top secret intelligence briefing, and the notes from her FBI interview reinforce her tremendously bad judgment and dishonesty. Clinton's secret email server was an end run around government transparency laws that wound up jeopardizing our national security and sensitive diplomatic efforts."
"Clinton's reckless conduct and dishonest attempts to avoid accountability show she cannot be trusted with the presidency and its chief obligation as commander-in-chief of the U.S. armed forces," the statement added.
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