Review: Clinton Emails Contained Info Beyond Top Secret

January 20, 2016
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A review of the private home email server used by Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state shows the server contained information classified at higher levels than previously reported. Officials reviewing the emails found information deemed to be "top secret/SAP," which stands for "Special Access Programs," a level of classification beyond "top secret." Clinton has previously said none of the emails she sent or received were marked classified at the time.


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