Clinton aides says 2016 bid hurt by email controversy

Hillary Rodham Clinton plans to more fully address questions about her use of a private email server as secretary of state in the coming weeks.

 The revelation came after Clinton's campaign acknowledges that her presidential bid was hurt by the heavy focus on the controversy over the summer.

Campaign chairman John Podesta is telling reporters on a conference call that Clinton faced "headwinds" in recent weeks, saying the "noise" about her email set-up has made it more difficult for her message to "break through."

Campaign aides say Clinton will sit down for an interview with MSNBC on Friday, the first in a series of media appearances Clinton will participate in this fall.