Several dozen of the emails on Hillary Clinton’s personal server were even more sensitive than those with the “top secret” classification, Fox News has learned.
Chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reported on The Real Story that Clinton’s personal server contained intelligence from the U.S. Special Access Programs, also known as SAP.
“These are the crown jewels of the American intelligence community of the United States government,” said former CIA agent Charles Faddis.
“If this information’s compromised, we’re going to suffer very serious national security damage. People are going to die, quite frankly.”
The new details are expected to bring “even more scrutiny to her handling of the government’s most closely-held secrets,” Herridge reported.
She noted that Hillary Clinton, like former CIA Director David Petraeus, signed a non-disclosure agreement as Secretary of State promising to protect the intelligence of Special Access Programs.
“Now, there is a clear question,” Herridge explained.
“Will there be standard treatment in the Petraeus and Clinton cases? Or will there be a law for her, and a different set of rules for him?”
Watch Fox News’ exclusive report, above.