Secret source in Hillary Clinton email was no secret: CIA

By Mark Hosenball WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The CIA has told Congress that the name of an alleged secret agency source, mentioned but then partially redacted by the U.S. State Department from an email received on Hillary Clinton’s private server was not considered by the agency to be secret at all. At issue is Moussa Koussa, a one-time intelligence chief for Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, and the question of whether or not his name should have been treated as a secret in an email Clinton received four years ago from a close confidant. Republicans, who are trying to show Clinton mishandled classified information while secretary of state, have argued that Koussa’s name should not have been included in the email she got on her private server from Sidney Blumenthal.

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