You know you're in for a rough time when the White House, which responds to literally nothing that constitutes an actual scandal, is trying to tell you that something needs to be done.
Last August, the White House found out that Hillary Clinton had been using a homebrew email server to handle all of her State Department communications and warned Clinton that the "oversight" could have a serious impact on her political future. The Clinton team was, of course, already aware of what was going on and didn't think it was a big deal. And so, defeated, the White House gave up and acquiesced to Clinton's wishes.
The White House, State Department and Hillary Clinton’s personal office knew in August that House Republicans had received information showing that the former secretary of state conducted official government business through her private email account — and Clinton’s staff made the decision to keep quiet.