The actions and agenda of a presidential candidate are indeed subject to special scrutiny. Typically, this means television or print coverage, or the presence of reporters who make teir own recordings for later transcription/commentary.
"Personal" is a silly label when she didn't know and never met most of the people in those rooms.
"Special," undoubtedly, since she took unprecedented care to ensure that only she could reveal the texts of her speeches. Just exactly what was so special, though, remains her secret.
I think it's mostly because her tone was too chummy or too laudatory, and would contradict her "cut it out" claim.