The State Department has decided that yet another of former Secretary Hillary Clinton’s emails contains “secret” information, and has classified hundreds more at a lower level of secrecy — part of Thursday afternoon’s release of more than 3,000 messages from her unique email arrangement.
As Written By Stephen Dinan for The Washington Times:
The secret message was deemed “unclassified” at the time it was sent, but has been elevated as officials process and release more than 30,000 of Mrs. Clinton’s emails, which she belatedly returned to the government nearly two years after she left office.
The latest release, just hours before the new year, breaks a federal judge’s order by falling well short of the 4,800 messages that were supposed to have been released by …..
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