Pressure Cited Against Marking Clinton E-Mails ClassifiedBy , , and
FBI releases interview summaries citing State Department staff
Exchanges also suggest a proposed ‘quid pro quo’ on e-mails
A State Department team responsible for determining which records should be kept secret felt “immense pressure” not to label any of about 300 e-mails found on Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail server as classified, according to interview summaries released by the FBI.
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