During FBI Director James Comey’s testimony in a House Judiciary Committee hearing, Comey was asked if Cheryl Mills had classified information on her computer.
“I think there were some emails still on the computer that were recovered that were classified, is my recollection,” Comey responded to the question.
Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) then asked if it was a crime to have classified information on computers outside the State Department system.
“Without knowing more, you couldn’t conclude whether it was a crime,” Comey told Goodlatte.
Comey informed the committee that classified emails “were duplicates of emails that had been produced because the e-mails had been used to sort before production.”
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