Hillary Clinton laughed when Jake Tapper asked her about the FBI investigation into her private email server.
Appearing on “The Lead” Friday, Clinton insisted it is a “very strong difference in opinion” that there was information on her private email server that was marked classified.
Clinton said, “Well, first of all, nothing and I will underscore, nothing that I was sent or that I sent was marked classified. We have a system in our government, in our State Department, it was there before I came in.”
Clinton explained, “It has continued after I left where there are decisions made about what is classified information in real-time. nothing was marked classified.”
But Tapper retorted, “But the inspector general of the intelligence community said some of this stuff contained classified information when it was generated whether or not it was marked classified.”
Clinton claimed, “Well, that is just a very strong difference of opinion. the State Department does not agree with that. And it is almost an impossible standard because we had two separate systems.”