Fox News: ‘May Be More Spillage of Classified Information’ from Clinton Emails

‘A letter to Congress says several dozen classified emails were identified’

Fox News: ‘May Be More Spillage of Classified Information’ from Clinton Emails (The Washington Free Beacon)

Fox News Chief Intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reported Thursday night that more people may have viewed classified information on emails sent to Hillary Clinton’s private server than previously thought, some of which reportedly had a level of classification above “top secret.”

Herridge appeared on the Kelly File with host Megyn Kelly to discuss the latest on the federal investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server to see if the Democratic presidential frontrunner mishandled classified information while serving as secretary of state.

“Fox News is learning tonight there may be more spillage of classified information,” Herridge said. “A letter to Congress says several dozen classified emails were identified, but that number only reflects the main or root emails, not the number of times that classified email was forwarded, replied to, or copied to other people who did not have a need to know.”

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