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An email released by the State Department appears to challenge a claim by Hillary Clinton that nothing she sent or received was marked classified at the time.

The email in question was sent from Monica Hanley to Clinton in April 2012 and pertained to a phone call to Malawi's newly sworn-in president. It contains the below notation, which follows a government training manual's instruction on marking classified material:

(C)  Purpose of Call: to offer condolences on the passing of President Mukharika and congratulate President Banda on her recent swearing in.

The rest of the message was redacted, indicating sensitive material.

A U.S. government source told Catherine Herridge there are other Clinton emails with classified markings beyond this one.

On Wednesday, Clinton told Bret Baier that "nothing I sent or received was marked classified, and nothing has been demonstrated to contradict that."

Watch Herridge's report above, and read more here.

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