State Dept. Will Not Release 22 Clinton Emails, Citing “Top Secret” Material

HeadlineFeb 01, 2016

The State Department has determined at least 22 of Hillary Clinton’s emails sent over her private server contained highly classified information. This comes amid a months-long inquiry into Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was secretary of state. Clinton has previously said none of the emails she sent or received were marked classified at the time. The State Department says while they were not deemed classified when they were sent, they will not make public at least 22 emails now because they contained material that was “top secret.”

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