As we reported last night, Sen. Diane Feinstein and former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm are among the Hillary Clinton defenders who are deflecting responsibility for her emails, arguing that the highly sensitive information was not “marked classified.”
Feinstein and Granholm should take a look at this document signed by Hillary Clinton at the time she assumed the office of secretary of state:
— Vickib (@vibow54) January 30, 2016
Well look at that!
— Phyliss Walker (@pdkwalk) January 30, 2016
@RichardGrenell I can envision HRC’s Oval Office. Everything needs a tag, “desk”,”chair”,”pen”, “sensitive document”
— Chuck Granger (@GrangerChuck) January 30, 2016
@RichardGrenell Why would she have to "send"? Receiving on unsecured server is just as bad.
— FlyFisher_AKY (@FlyFisher_AKY) January 30, 2016
— A clump of cells (@CalkinsMark) January 30, 2016
Editor’s note: This post has been updated to correct a mistake in the spelling of Jennifer Granholm’s first name.
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