(NEWSER)  – A welcome development for the Hillary Clinton campaign: Investigators reviewing the sending of classified State Department information have discovered that at least a dozen classified emails were sent to personal accounts linked to George W. Bush's secretaries of state, the New York Times reports.

According to a letter between State officials obtained by NBC News, two emails now classified "Secret" or "Confidential" were sent to Colin Powell's personal email account, and another 10 such emails were sent to the accounts of Condoleezza Rice's close aides. In the letter, State Department Inspector General Steve Linick warns that there may be much more now-classified material buried in the department's unclassified archives.

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