Clinton, before her official announcement, speaking to the media at the United Nations Headquarters regarding her use of a private email server while Secretary of State.
(Worthy News) - Hillary Clinton's personal email server contained sensitive information disclosing internal workings of the U.S. intelligence community, redactions to a previously unreported email released last month indicate.
In March 2009, shortly after Clinton took office as secretary of state, her top aide Philippe Reines sent an email to her personal address that contained information subsequently redacted pursuant to the National Security Act of 1947.
That law includes language that exempts information from public disclosure that might reveal sensitive information such as confidential intelligence community sources and the “operational files” of U.S. intelligence agencies, which detail their internal structures or operations. [ Source ]
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