Didn't we already know this? Sort of. McClatchy reported in late July that classified information from five US intelligence agencies were found on Hillary Clinton's unsecure email server, contradicting her claim that "there is no classified material" on the server. Team Clinton adapted their talking points to say that the server didn't contain anything that was classified
"All three agencies have confirmed that the intelligence was classified when it was sent three years ago, and remains classified to this day." Furthermore, "only the three intelligence agencies who own that information in the first place have the authority to declassify it. Not Mrs. Clinton. And not the State Department." Within the squabble described by Hillary in the clip, her agency -- which has continued to
Abedin was frequently involved in the transmission of classified information to Clinton, emails show. Cheryl Mills, Clinton's former chief of staff, and Jake Sullivan, former director of policy planning, also routinely sent or received classified emails from the secretary of state. Despite her campaign's claims that Clinton was simply a "passive recipient" of classified information, a review of her emails indicates she wrote messages that are now classified.
And second, via Ed Morrissey, here's the classification tag from the bottom of one of the memos:
"CONFIDENTIAL," with a declassification date in 2019. The last iteration of Hillary's ever-evolving spin was that none of the information was marked as classified at the time (which is