UNDATED (AP) – Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign is demanding that the State Department release more than 20 emails sent from her private server that have been deemed heavily classified.
The Associated Press reported on Friday that seven email chains from Clinton’s correspondence as secretary of state are being withheld because they contain information deemed “top secret.”
Clinton’s campaign is questioning the secrecy of the messages, saying the emails originated and remained on the State Department’s unclassified system. They say at least one involved a public news article.
Says spokesman Brian Fallon: “This appears to be over-classification run amok.”