Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said she has no plans to apologize for using her personal email account and private server while she was secretary of state. "What I did was allowed," Clinton told the AP on Monday in Iowa while on the campaign trail. "It was allowed by the State Department. The State Department has confirmed that," The Democratic frontrunner said questions over her email practices while at the State Department have been "a distraction," but that she's "sticking to my game plan about how I wanted to sort of reintroduce myself the American people." The comments come after she told NBC News on Friday that using a private email account wasn't "the best choice."