One of Hillary Clinton’s most high-profile supporters in New York State wasn’t much phased by critical comments FBI Director James Comey made Tuesday about the former secretary of state. Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul said when it comes to the Clinton email investigation, it’s time to move on.

“She has been under this cloud for over a year. We finally have gotten clearance from the legal authorities which we were all waiting for, so now let’s talk about issues that people in this country and the state of New York really care about,” Hochul said.

Comey called Clinton’s handling of classified emails “extremely careless” and contradicted past claims she’s made about classified information on her personal server.  Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump immediately went on the attack following the report.

“Crooked Hillary has once again been proven to be a person who is dishonest, incompetent and of very bad judgement,” he tweeted.

Trump said he believes people will remember the emails when they vote in November. Hochul doesn’t think it will be as big of a deal.

“I want to hear more people’s plans and what they’re going to do for the people and I think most voters care about that more as well,” she said.