Hillary's latest defense: What is classified information, anyway?

Is it likely that the intelligence community would find that Document A was classified at or near the highest level of secrecy, and that the State Department would find that it is not classified at all? That is what Clinton would have the public believe. And by the way, insiders point out, it is the originating agency that determines a document’s classification level, so it might not be the State Department’s call to make anyway.

Finally, Clinton’s aides have been quick to blame her problems not on anything she did herself but on the “partisan” investigation being conducted by the Benghazi Committee. While the committee did discover Clinton’s secret email server, her current difficulties are coming not from the committee but from the inspector general of the intelligence community and, most importantly, the FBI. That’s where the real action in the email investigation is today.