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E-Mails Challenge Hillary’s Claim She Never Sent Classified Material From Her Personal Account

Hillary Clinton has insisted that she never used her personal e-mail to handle confidential information.

Her campaign has repeatedly shooed-off any suggestion that she would ever do such a thing. All official, confidential correspondence went through official channels. Here she is in March:

“I did not email any classified material to anyone on my email. There is no classified material,”  Clinton, now a candidate for president, told reporters in March. “I’m certainly well-aware of the classification requirements and did not send classified material.”

And who could prove it, right? Because the e-mails she gave to the State Department were all blacked out and redacted, so it’s impossible to tell, right?

So we’ll just have to take her word for it. Trust her, right?

Except this.

In a series of e-mails from her personal account, she was discussing high-level negotiations for a no-fly zone to bring down Muammar Qaddafi in 2011, Fox News is reporting. The discussions were classified.

“I think the information in the email is clearly classified. If I were engaged in the negotiation on that subject reporting back to Washington, my reporting cable would be classified,” former UN Ambassador and Fox News contributor John Bolton said after reading the un-redacted emails.

“They’re dealing with the possible U.S. military operation, sensitive negotiations among NATO partners, talking about U.S. objectives and political arrangements and possible objections to the deal from key partners so all of these at secretary of state level is extraordinarily sensitive.”

The e-mails were listed as “unclassified,” but Bolton said that’s something that happens automatically when sensitive e-mail is moved through an unsecure e-mail system.

Clearly, negotiations between governments over how to topple a foreign leader would be considered “classified.”