The State Department’s latest release of former Secretary Hillary Clinton’s emails show hundreds more than previously thought that wound through her home-based private server were labeled classified.
Up until Wednesday, authorities believed 185 emails were classified.
The State Department then cleared another batch of emails for release to the public, and investigators shortly after found another 215 labeled classified.
Two, in fact, were labeled “secret,” the highest rating the government can give for classified material, the National Review reported. And of those, one included minutes of a 2008 Trilateral Commission meeting in Jerusalem, the other, information about Iranian nuclear talks, as gathered by U.S. aide Jake Sullivan.
The State Department has released almost 20,000 of the 55,000 pages of Clinton emails cleared for public viewing.