Fox News: Emails on Clinton’s Private Server Exposed Details About Human Intel Assets
BAIER: "But first tonight what could be the most damaging allegation yet against Hillary Clinton. In her email scandal. We’re learning tonight that among Clinton’s communications on her private unsecured server, were details about human intelligence assets. People. Whose lives were and are at risk in service to this country. Chief intelligence krort Catherine Herridge is here with breaking details."
HERRIDGE: "One of the Clinton emails contained intelligence about human spying according to the intelligence community’s findings that the inspector-general shared with Congress. Two sources tell Fox News that an intelligence agency shared the information which contained human intelligence reporting in ongoing operations. It’s not publicly known whether the Clinton email revealed details identifying the source. The source’s nationality or affilation. According to the office of the director of national intelligence, this category of intelligence found in Clinton’s email is used to protect deep-cover assets quote. Quote exceptionally fragile and unique intelligence community, clandestine human operations and methods, not intended tore dissemination outside the originating agency. Dan Mcguire is a special operations veteran who spent 40 years handling highly classified information. Said this kind of compromise is a serious matter."
MAGUIRE: "There’s a cause and effect between a disclosure of such sensitive material and the impact both on national security for the United States and national impact on the other end of that spectrum. Particular sources."
HERRIDGE: "Earlier this week, as first reported by fox, the inspector general’s unclassified letter several Clinton emails containing classified information. Some classified beyond top secret known as special access programs in a radio interview a former secretary of defense said it was more likely than not Russian hackers targeted Clinton’s private server."
GATES: "Given the fact that the Pentagon acknowledges they get attacked about 100,000 times a day. I think the odds are pretty high."
HERRIDGE: "Lawyers asked a federal judge for a month extension to finish releasing the last group of Clinton emails due on the 29th. The department spokesman said the blizzard and government shutdown are partly to blame."