Hillary Clinton’s emails contained info classified as more than ‘top secret’

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NEW YORK — New e-mails classified higher than “top secret” have been found on Hillary Clinton’s private computer server.

The New York Times reports the e-mails were “Top Secret SAP.” The designation is usually given to information about “special access programs,” which are among the government’s most closely guarded secrets.

A spokesman for the Clinton campaign said, “This is the same inter-agency dispute that has been playing out for months…and it does not change the fact that these emails were not classified at the time they were sent or received.”

Meanwhile, a new CNN poll shows Bernie Sanders has a commanding lead over Clinton in New Hampshire. Sanders leads Clinton 60 to 33 percent.

Nationally, Clinton does have a double-digit lead in the polls.

CNN just announced it will host a live town hall with Sanders, Clinton and Martin O’Malley in Iowa on Monday night, just one week before the Iowa caucuses.