In its latest dump of 3,000-plus Hillary Clinton e-mails, the State Department found another 66 to be classified, pushing the total over 1,300. But two of the non-classified messages were eye-openers.
One tacitly admits her own wrongdoing. The other orders a flunky to break the law on handling classified info.
First, there’s the e-mail where she expresses shock that a State employee is using a private account for official business.
“I was surprised that he used personal email account if he is at State,” she wrote aide Jake Sullivan in February 2011, after he forwarded a diplomat’s analysis of Libyan affairs.
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