Hillary Clinton sent two “top secret” emails through her private server during her time as Secretary of State.
The CIA and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency conducted a review of the two emails after the State Department disputed their classification status. Although one of the emails has since been downgraded to “secret” status, both were considered “top secret” during the time they were transmitted over Clinton’s server, sources told Fox News.
Clinton supporters previously seized on reports that the intelligence community was backing down from initial assessments that found the emails were highly classified, but the Fox News report indicates that the “top secret” determination has not changed:
The agencies that owned and originated that intelligence – the CIA and National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency or NGA – reviewed the emails to determine how they should be properly stored, as the State Department took issue with their highly classified nature. The subject matter of the messages is widely reported to be the movement of North Korean missiles and a drone strike. A top secret designation requires the highest level of security, and can include the use of an approved safe. …
The findings have been transmitted to the State Department, which continues to challenge the intelligence community’s conclusions about the classification of all the emails. But the department has no authority to change the classification since it did not originate the information.
Source: Free Beacon
Hillary Clinton has always taken a devil-may-care approach to her politicking. But she has always given the impression that she does this out of incompetence rather than manipulation. But as more information comes out of the email scandal, it paints a darker and more sinister picture of the person who could possibly be the next president of the United States.