State Dept. Deems 22 Clinton Emails Top Secret, Refuses to Release Them

State Dept. Deems 22 Clinton Emails Top Secret, Refuses to Release ThemThe State Department has deemed 22 of Hillary Clinton’s emails “top secret” and has refused to release them as part of a trove of documents that the agency has said it would produce to comply with a court order. It was not clear what the “top secret” emails were about, but it marks the first time that the State Department has made the acknowledgement. The emails were deemed “top secret” at the request of intelligence officials, State Department Spokesperson John Kirby said, adding that they were not marked classified at the time they were sent.

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