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State Department: 150 More Clinton emails have Classified Information


Despite Hillary’s droning insistence that she sent no information via her private, unclassified email system that was classified at the time and received none marked that way, about 150 more of Hillary Clinton’s work emails have recently been designated as containing classified information, the U.S. State Department said on Monday.

The latest finding brings the total number of Clinton emails considered to contain classified information to more than 200 when prior batches are included. And hey, only about 25 percent of the email stash Clinton turned over has even been reviewed. And that’s not counting the other tens of thousands of messages Hillary withheld, claiming they were, to her at least, not work related.

The State Department does not know for sure if any information was classified at the time it was sent or received on the private email server Clinton used for work, Department spokesman Mark Toner told reporters. “It’s not an exact science,” Toner said in a media briefing, where he described the 150 emails as being “upgraded.” “When we’ve upgraded, we’ve always said that that certainly does not speak to whether it was classified at the time it was sent.”

More than half of those emails consisted of a special category of classified information, according to the State Department: information shared in confidence by foreign government officials to U.S. counterparts.

The Department’s regulations say this information “must” be safeguarded as classified. Asked whether Clinton followed these regulations, Toner demurred on Monday.

“I’m just not going to answer that question,” Toner said, citing “other reviews” that were under way. “It’s not our goal, it’s not our function.”