Rep. Jordan: Could a Secret Service Agent Stop Russia from Hacking Your Server?

‘Could a Secret Service agent standing at the back door off you are house protect someone in Russia or China from hacking into your system?’

JORDAN: “In your statement you said which was protected by the Secret Service. Why did you mention the Secret Service? Could a Secret Service agent standing at the back door off you are house protect someone in Russia or China from hacking into your system? Why did you mention the Secret Service agent?”
CLINTON: “Out of just an abundance of being transparent.”
JORDAN: “Transparent. What’s the relevance to protecting from classified information?”
CLINTON: “There was nothing marked classified on my e-mails either sent or received.”
JORDAN: “You used the write term there. “Marked.” That’s a revised the statement there.”
CLINTON: “Congressman, there was a lot of confusion because many Americans have no idea how the classification process worked. And therefore I wanted to make it clear that there is a system within our government, certainly within the State Department, where materials that is thought to be classified is marked such so that people have the opportunity to know how they are supposed to be handling those materials and that’s why it became clearer, I believe, to say that nothing was marked classified at the time I sent or received it.”

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