Clinton has long denied any of the messages that went through the unprotected server in her home contained highly sensitive material. The State Department said none of the messages were marked top secret at the time they were sent -- although it is looking into whether they should have been.
The administration refused to discuss the contents of the messages, which it acknowledged hours before the latest batch of about 1,000 pages of Clinton email is to be disclosed publicly. The messages marked top secret are being excluded from the disclosure.
“I'm not going to speak to the content of these documents,” said State Department spokesman John Kirby at a briefing with reporters. “I understand there's great curiosity. I'm just going to put that right out at the top. I am not going to speak to the content of this email traffic.”
He said the documents have been marked as highly sensitive “at the request of the intelligence community because they contain a category of top secret information.”
The Clinton campaign issued a statement Friday denying the documents contain any sensitive government secrets.
“We firmly oppose the complete blocking of the release of these emails,” spokesman Brian Fallon said.
"After a process that has been dominated by bureaucratic infighting that has too often played out in public view, the loudest and leakiest participants in this interagency dispute have now prevailed in blocking any release of these emails. This flies in the face of the fact that these emails were unmarked at the time they were sent, and have been called 'innocuous' by certain intelligence officials.”
The money quote;
“I'm not willing to say it was an error in judgment because nothing I did was wrong,” she said.
You just keep telling yourself that honey.