CNN's Brianna Keilar was the first to interview Hillary Clinton on television since the Democratic front runner announced her candidacy — and she expressed surprise that Clinton was so defiant about the trust issues dogging her campaign.

"I was surprised that she didn't show a little more contrition," Keilar said Sunday, discussing the Clinton interview with a political round table. "Talking to Democrats, including Democrats who really want to see her in the White House, they'll say, 'she didn't handle the email situation right.' The Clinton Foundation controversy, that's also a self-inflicted wound. So I'm surprised that she didn't give more on that."

Keilar also said she was underwhelmed by Clinton's rhetoric that she'd never received a subpoena from the House Select Committee on Benghazi.

"I did think on the e-mail answer there were a number of things that didn't stand, that didn't pass the fact check," Keilar said. "She's basically arguing here, you know, 'I didn't delete the emails while under a subpoena.' When your argument is 'I wiped my server but it wasn't when I was under a subpoena,' I don't know that you're on some tremendous moral high ground."

Watch the clip below.