Fox's Andrew Napolitano Pushes Debunked Myth That Some Clinton Emails Were Automatically Classified

Fox's Andrew Napolitano Pushes Debunked Myth That Some Clinton Emails Were Automatically Classified

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From the September 28 edition of Fox News' America's Newsroom:

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ANDREW NAPOLITANO: She is going to argue, if she is indicted or this gets up to another level, that because the word classified was not stamped on it, it wasn't classified. Guess what, it's never stamped classified. It will say 'confidential,' 'secret,' or 'top secret.' And many of them are so obviously secret that they don't have to say 'confidential,' 'top secret,' or 'secret' because it will say 'foreign intel -- this came from a foreign government,' which as a matter of law is always in the classified category. 

Previously:

Fox News Hypes Mythical Automatic Classification To Smear Hillary Clinton

Fox Baselessly Suggests Clinton Knew Her Emails Were Classified Because Of Their Content

State Dept. Shuts Down Fox's Anonymous Speculation Of Clinton Aides Stripping Email Classification Markings

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Government, Cabinet & Agencies, National Security & Foreign Policy
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Fox News Channel
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Andrew Napolitano, Heather Childers
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America's Newsroom
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Hillary Clinton
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