'Worse Than What Snowden Did': Krauthammer on Latest in Hillary Email Investigation
Charles Krauthammer reacted on "Special Report" tonight to new reports that several dozen of the emails on Hillary Clinton’s personal server were even more sensitive than those with the “top secret” classification.
According to the reporting of Fox News chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge, Clinton’s personal server contained intelligence from the U.S. Special Access Programs, also known as SAP.
Former CIA agent Charles Faddis described this intelligence as "the crown jewels of the American intelligence community."
"From some people I've talked to, this is worse than what Snowden did," Krauthammer said, explaining that Snowden didn't have access to SAP intelligence.
"This is so sensitive ... if it's compromised, people die," Krauthammer said. "This is very serious."
Krauthammer explained that Gen. David Petraeus pleaded guilty because he compromised this exact same type of information.
"I don't see - given the fact that it's the inspector general of the intelligence community who was writing this officially to the intelligence committee heads in Congress - that there is any way to contradict this," Krauthammer said.
"Now, it's in the hands of the FBI. It's hard to imagine that the Department of Justice will ignore this or wave it away."
Watch more from the "Special Report" panel above.