Charles Cooke parses Hillary's parsings:
As CNN has reported, at least 305 of the e-mails that Hillary handed over contained classified information within -- classified information that is subject to strict federal law. How does she account for that? She doesn't, really. "Whether it was a personal account or a government account," she argued, "I did not send classified material and I did not receive any material that was marked or designated 'classified,' which is the way you know whether something is.
You will presumably have noticed the peculiarly asymmetrical phrasing of Clinton's answer: "I did not send classified material and I did not receive any material that was marked or designated 'classified.'" That's deliberate. In order to have any chance at avoiding liability under 18 USC 1924, Clinton needs not only to have refrained from actively sending or copying e-mails that contained classified information, but also to have been blissfully unaware that she had been receiving them in the first instance...
Far from representing a confident dismissal of the accusations, Clinton's careful parsing is a sign that she's holding on to a fig leaf.
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