Today On NPR, Hillary Clinton Tried To Dismiss Damaging New Revelations She Exposed Highly Classified Information By Claiming The Material Was "Unmarked"
Clinton Tried To Dismiss The Controversy Claiming That The Material Wasn't "Marked Classified." "The former secretary of State said the claim was a 'continuation of an inter-agency dispute that has been going on now for some months.' 'As the State Department has confirmed, I never sent or received any material marked classified, and that hasn't changed in all of these months,' she maintained. 'This, seems to me, to be, you know, another effort to inject this into the campaign. It's another leak.' She added, 'I'm just going to leave it up to the professionals at the Justice Department, because nothing that this says changes the fact that I never sent or received material marked classified.'" (Jessica Taylor, "'Top Secret' Email Revelation Changes 'Nothing,' Clinton Says," NPR, 1/20/16)
But Clinton Signed A Legally-Binding Non-Disclosure Agreement That Expressly Defines Classified Information As "Marked Or Unmarked Classified Information, Including Oral Communications"
On January 22, 2009, Hillary Clinton Signed A Classified Information Non-Disclosure Agreement. (Hillary Clinton, Classified Information Non-Disclosure Agreement, 1/22/09, State Department Release, FOIA # F-2015-05069, 11/5/15)
As Part Of The Agreement Clinton Acknowledged That Classified Information Includes "Marked Or Unmarked Classified Information." (Hillary Clinton, Classified Information Non-Disclosure Agreement, 1/22/09, State Department Release, FOIA # F-2015-05069, 11/5/15)
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