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Top Secret Emails Stored In Hillary Clinton’s Private Server

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Turns out the server Democratic presidential frontrunner and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton once said held no classified emails actually held top secret classified emails, according to the Intelligence Community inspector general.

Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley said the IG updated Congress on the emails, saying at least two emails stored on Clinton’s private server were Top Secret/SCI level.

The IG had already informed Congress that the server contained classified emails, but the level of classification on these specific emails is a new development that will further intensify the investigation.

Grassley called out the FBI and Department of State for not doing enough to get Clinton’s emails.

“I appreciate the Intelligence Community Inspector General providing more information in response to the questions that many members of Congress and the public have regarding the classified emails that were on former Secretary of State Clinton’s private server and on a thumb drive with her private attorney,” Grassley said in a statement. “This information revealed by the inspector general makes it even more important that the FBI and the State Department secure these documents.  To date, the two agencies most critical to securing this information have failed to assure the American people that they are taking the necessary steps to protect America’s national security interests.”

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